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I t is surely something of a miracle to explore 2, years of theatre in Asia in a single exhibition. This confrontation produces a real aesthetic shock: it is unusual to find in the same place, almost face to face, these dramatic forms, often very old, certainly infinitely complex and remarkably beautiful. In geographical terms the exhibition, which features almost items — masks, shadow puppets, costumes and films — reaches from India to Japan, Thailand to China, deploying a mass of detail.

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It aims to help other people avoid the problems he has encountered as a British East Asian actor. It has three aims:. This might not sound like a big deal, but it really is.

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A new generation of British-born Asian playwrights are producing work that is unashamedly provocative, honest, and challenging. British Asian Theatre has rapidly achieved much recognition in the Arts industry. There is a glaringly obvious under-representation of plays written, performed and watched by Asians about what it is like to be British-born.

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These are external links and will open in a new window. British East Asians say they still face serious prejudice when it comes to casting in theatre, TV and film, and are at risk of being seen as an "invisible" minority. East Asian actors are rarely cast in non-race specific roles, and are frequently expected to put on a Chinese accent when acting, and yet many producers consider "Yellowface" - casting white actors as Chinese characters - to be acceptable, she adds. The playwright and actress, who has acted in Call the Midwife and EastEnders, is one of several writers to be featured in a new anthology, Foreign Goods.

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Ask anyone in the business to name an Asian theatre company and they will come up with Tara or Tamasha. The more informed may add Kali or Moti Roti. After that, they are stuck.

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The warning follows the release of a Department for Culture, Media, and Sport report that found Asian audience engagement to be lower than that for both black and white communitiesand that it had decreased by seven percentage points over the past 10 years. It presents some real challenges for venues, producers, funders, schools and philanthropists to make a concerted effort to draw attention to the centrality of arts in national life for everyone, not least Asians. Verma added that theatre companies such as Tara can respond by creating more work that ensures Asian audiences see themselves represented on stage.

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They present theatre of scale and spectacle that is authentic, topical, thought-provoking, rich and entertaining which celebrates and reflects contemporary British Asian experiences, culture and society. Their success lies in understanding their audience. A vital part of creating new work is through listening and working alongside British Asian communities.

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Just over 12 months ago we were stood in the freezing cold outside the Print Room protesting a Howard Barker play set in Ancient China that managed to feature an entire cast of what can only be defined as fairly mainstream Caucasian actors. Yet still we were in the cold protesting what we view as an existential threat. BeforeEast Asians in British theatre were as rare as marsupials in the English countryside. Arts Council England and the wider industry were seemingly content to tick their East Asian box with Yellow Earth : at that time the very epitome of model-minority gatekeepers, a theatre company that appeared far more fixated on attempting to replicate Eastern movement disciplines than nurturing and platforming British East Asian writers.

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Actors of East Asian descent have long been under-represented on British stages. This panel will look to discuss some of the reasons behind this, as well as what can be done to address it. Looking at yellowface, a lack of specifically East Asian roles, and a reluctance to cast East Asian performers in roles that are not specified as East Asian, this is a call out to the industry to challenge the mistakes of the past, and implement more inclusive practices.

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On hearing recent news that Tamashaone of Britain's leading Asian theatre companies is producing a Bollywood-style adaptation of Wuthering HeightsI have to admit to a feeling of deja vu. Admittedly, I've never seen a Bollywood take on this novel but the idea still felt very familiar and a little tired. Two thoughts ran immediately through my mind.

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