About TeAda Productions

TeAda is a nomadic theater of color rooted in the stories of immigrants and refugees. Through theater workshops and performances, TeAda is committed to healing and honoring the lives of the displaced, exploited and overlooked. Our artistic process starts and ends with conscious listening, community building, and creative courage. TeAda began in 1996 as a way to provide opportunities for people of color to develop their artistry and bring marginalized voices into the public dialogue. TeAda’s plays are developed through community-based story gathering and a devised ensemble theater process. Creations through this process include Refugee Nation, (a play about Lao/tian refugees in the U.S), Global Taxi Driver (a play based on the stories of Taxi Drivers during the rise of the share economy) and currently touring Masters of the Currents (a play about the Micronesian diaspora). For the past 3 years TeAda has partnered locally in Los Angeles with Program for Tortured Victims that serve aslyum seekers from all over the world.

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Los Angeles, CA 90034
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