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A Brimful of Asha

By Asha Jain & Ravi Jain

In 2007 Ravi Jain completed school and was itching to get his feet wet in the theatre scene. With plans to begin his own company, Ravi put off marriage for a few years, much to the disappointment of his mother, Asha, who was getting impatient with Ravi’s non-traditional approach ... Read more

A Nanking Winter

By Marjorie Chan

Marjorie Chan's gripping narrative intertwines the past and the present, transporting the reader between Irene and a small group of unlikely heroes caught in the invasion. Scrambling to create a refuge from the horror, the band's struggle to survive binds them in a promise that ... Read more

Asian Canadian Theatre

Edited by Nina Lee Aquino & Ric Knowles

As the foundational volume in the development of a new field of study, it includes essays by major voices in Asian Canadian Studies and Asian North American Theatre Studies, as well as some of Canada’s top theatre practitioners.The book offers essays that contextualize the ... Read more

Banana Boys

By Leon Aureus
Introduction by Terry Watada

Banana Boys is one story, fragmented into five and reconstructed throughout the course of the lives of the five young men it follows. Adapted from the novel by Terry Woo, Banana Boys is a “meditation for the restless” and a call to anyone who has felt out of place in the ... Read more

Brothel #9

By Anusree Roy
Introduction by Iris Turcott

A deal has been struck between two men in India—twenty-one hundred rupees in exchange for a young village woman named Rekha. Sent to Calcutta without knowing why, Rekha finds herself in the confines of a brothel with Jamuna, a prostitute and madam, who is resigned to her trade. ... Read more

George F. Walker

Edited by Harry Lane

Critical Perspectives on Canadian Theatre in English sets out to make the best critical and scholarly work in the field readily available. The series publishes the work of scholars and critics who have traced the coming-into-prominence of a vibrant theatrical community in English ... Read more

Kilt Pins

By Catherine Hernandez

In a Catholic high school in Scarborough, Ontario, amidst low-income housing, difficult race relations, and poverty, a young woman struggles to find her sexual identity. In this sincere portrayal of high-school kids pitting the voice of God and thousands of years of scripture ... Read more

lady in the red dress

By David Yee

The turmoil in Max's life was set in motion by Sylvia, an elusive figure who enters his life and charges Max with the task of finding Tommy Jade, a Chinese immigrant from the 1920s. Dragged further into the history of the Chinese-Canadian struggle for redress and into the lives ... Read more

Love and Relasianships Volume 1

Edited by Nina Lee Aquino
Preface by R.A. Shiomi

This anthology is a definitive record of a theatrical movement, a movement that reflects a multiplicity of styles and genres, joined together by the singular fact that they are a series of plays written by Asians, for Asians… and for Canada.

Love and Relasianships Volume 2

Edited by Nina Lee Aquino
Preface by Marjorie Chan

The second volume in this groundbreaking collection: a series of plays written by Asians, for Asians… and for Canada.