Our Work

Professional Programs
DISCOVER: New Musicals

An annual presentation of staged readings of new short or one‐act musicals. Selected musicals are produced as staged readings with casts of professional actors, predominantly of Asian-­American heritage, through open auditions. 

REDISCOVER Series

Classic productions or collaborations with other theatre companies that include casts of predominantly Asian-American performers, providing our community an opportunity to be seen in roles they might otherwise not be considered for. Past productions have included "Oliver!", "Hello Dolly!", "Carousel", and "Oklahoma!", as well as a collaboration with Prospect Theatre in a production of "Honor." 

P.S. 124 Theatre Club

An essential component of NAAP’s mission is education in several forms. Training opportunities enable artists to hone or continue to hone their craft as practicing artists. In the arts, it is essential that artists continue to improve and nurture their skills and sensibilities. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Both programs are made possible in part with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and administered by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. 
 

Broadway Community Chorus

The NAAP Broadway Community Chorus, provides performance opportunities for established and emerging professional artists, as well as for those with a passion for musical theatre.  The chorus performs music from the Broadway and beyond repertoire. The NAAP Broadway Community Chorus provides opportunities to collaborate with top Broadway artists, as well as vocal, dance and theatre master classes to its members.  They have performed at The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., as well as New York City's National Opera Center. 

© 2019 by National Asian Artists Project

National Asian Artists Project (NAAP) is a community of artists, educators, administrators, community leaders, and professionals. It is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that recognizes the need to build bridges between the work of artists of Asian descent, and the many communities that the work can serve, from underserved primary school students to seasoned arts patrons.