BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT UID:events.uid.5125@www.discovernikkei.org DTSTART:20160507T000000Z DTEND:20160507T000000Z DESCRIPTION:<strong>MOSS ON THE MIRROR</strong>\nby Warren Sata\nDirected b y Chris Tashima\n\n<strong>CAST:</strong>\nAaron Aoki\nJunko Goda\nBlake K ushi\nMichael Marinaccio\nBrian Takahashi&nbsp\;\n\n<em>Moss on the Mirror </em>&nbsp\;is a fictional story inspired by the life and work of renowned photographer Toyo Miyatake. Taking place in Los Angeles&rsquo\; Little To kyo district in the late 1920s and early 1930s\, where Miyatake&rsquo\;s p ractice flourished before World War II\, the play examines the creativity\ , hope\, and optimism\, as well as the struggles and challenges\, of the J apanese immigrant photographers community. Although not a literal retellin g of actual events\, the piece seeks to transport audiences to the feeling s and circumstances of those times.\n\n<em>Moss on the Mirror</em>&nbsp\;w as written by Warren Sata\, a relative of J.T. Sata\, who is a featured ph otographer in the exhibition&nbsp\;<em>Making Waves: Japanese American Pho tography\, 1920&ndash\;1940</em>.\n\nFree with museum admission. DTSTAMP:20240714T084518Z SUMMARY:PLAY READING: Moss on the Mirror URL:/en/events/2016/05/07/play-reading-moss-on-the-mirror/ END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR