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General Admission 1 hour before event starts Free  

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All tickets are sold out, but we will be opening a waitlist half an hour prior to each performance -- sign up in person at EPC! 


Stop Kiss, by Diana Son, tells the story of two women in New York City, Callie and Sara, who become friends and fall in love. After the pair are assaulted on the street one night, both struggle to deal with the implications of their friendship and the effect that it has on their family and friends.

Directed by Asia Chiao

Produced by Surabhi Balachander

May 14: 8 PM 

May 15-16: 8 PM and 10:30 PM 

FREE Admission

This production is co-sponsored by LGBT-QuEST, the Women's Community Center, and Stanford Queer & Asian. 

Have questions about Stop Kiss? Contact Asian American Theater Project

When & Where


Elliott Program Center
589 Governor's Avenue
Stanford, CA 94305

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Asian American Theater Project

The Asian American Theater Project (AATP) is a group of artists dedicated to the sharing and creation of work that addresses the Asian/Asian American experience through theater and the performing arts.

For more information about AATP, check us out at http://stanfordaatp.weebly.com/!

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