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Consortium of Asian American Theaters and Artists (CAATA) announces their participation with a national alliance of theater coalitions that advocate for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, Asian, Latino/x, and Middle Eastern & North African) theater-makers to survey both the immediate and projected long-term impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on theaters and theater practitioners of color.

The survey also asks what actions BIPOC theater-makers have taken in response to the pandemic.

The survey is specifically centered around gathering data on how the pandemic has affected BIPOC theater-makers and is being conducted in two parts, one for BIPOC theater companies, and one for BIPOC theater practitioners.

Ishii added that along with CAATA, participating theater coalitions include Black Vitality Commission, Black Theatre Commons, Black Theatre Network, Latinx Theatre Commons, Middle Eastern North African Artist Theater-Makers Alliance, Alternate Roots, and Indigenous/First Peoples/Native American theater groups, informal networks, and communities.

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