Last Bow for Yellowface Accelerates Plans to Lift Up Asian Dance Talent
For a very long time at this point, Final Bow for Yellowface has been attempting to free artful dance of hostile Asian generalizations. However, the association's objectives have consistently gone further than just refreshing outfits or cosmetics. "It's about what is Asianness in front of an audience—who is given position, what is considered 'high craftsmanship'? Also, how that means the day by day lives of Asian individuals outside the theater," says prime supporter Phil Chan.
For some in the dance local area, a week ago's shooting in Atlanta that slaughtered eight individuals, including six Asian ladies, started some profound thoughtfulness about the dehumanizing impacts of the generalizations appeared on our stages. Furthermore, Final Bow is outfitting the flood of fortitude that is come to fruition accordingly.
At a virtual "teahouse" gathering on Sunday night for Asian craftsmen and partners, Chan and his prime supporter Georgina Pazcoguin (also known as "The Rogue Ballerina") shared a progression of activities that Final Bow is leading to lift up Asian specialists in dance.
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