Asians in America | Live in Theater

Asians In America

1-495 People

45 Min. Depending on group size.

From $17/person
1 - 15 Participants $375
Additional Participants $8/each

Asian immigration history is an epic of the American experience

In time for Asian American Heritage Month, we welcome you to a brief consideration of how Asian Americans persevered despite some darker chapters of American history to become exemplary citizens of contemporary America, the fastest growing segment of our immigrant population, and some of the most accomplished and revolutionary citizens of the world.

How it Works

In a lecture-style setting, learn about how Chinese, Japanese, and Southeast Asian immigrants survived Exclusion, Internment, and Displacement to make stellar contributions to Nobel Laureates, world-changing entrepreneurs, essential artists, and crusaders for Social Justice. Through images and narrative, your guides – all second-generation Asian Americans – will introduce you to some of the most extraordinary Americans of the 20th and 21st centuries.

You will be invited to see that time and time again, Asian inclusion into American society’s fabric has led to unprecedented achievements in

  • Art
  • Science
  • Education
  • Politics… and more!


    • Knowledgeable Asian American Host
    • Zoom Link

Required From You

    • Ability to Use Zoom (Free)
      Our experiences are optimized for Zoom (app or web browser). If your team cannot use Zoom, tell us what platform you’d prefer in ‘special requests’ below, and we’ll let you know if it’s possible.
    • Access to Zoom Chat
      In case participants are using Zoom via web browser, please ensure that your team has access to the chat function, i.e., no firewall is installed.
Asians in America
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Asians in America - Adversity, Endurance, and Achievement

1-400+ People

75-120 Min. Depending on group size.

What is it?

In a fun, casual, interactive, and highly informative lecture-style setting, discover fascinating and little-known facts about LGBTQ history focusing on the world’s greatest city, New York City. Through a combination of historical pictures, stories, and personal anecdotes, your guide will walk you through:

  • Long ignored LGBTQ history
  • Terminology and labels
  • Hidden messages and codes
  • Family vs. chosen family
  • The famed Stonewall Uprising of June 1969!

Expect to see pictures, hear some music, and hear personal anecdotes from your amazing guides, wonderful performers, and all proud members of the LGBTQ community!


  • Fun knowledgeable performer/facilitator
  • Zoom link

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