Theatre is one of the most impactful forms of art. The direct exchange between artist and audience requires risk for the chance that if we do right, we will all connect through a story told by a skillful storyteller. Sometimes these stories and their storytellers dare to perform new diasporic representations. But when parts of you pull in different directions of this diasporic identity, what does it mean to go “all or nothing” with your craft? Join us for this virtual event as we hear from three young talented Asian Canadian playwrights: Carolyn Nakagawa, Davey Calderon, and Derek Chan – who are working in the cross-intersections of genres, identities, and communities – about their own creative process of going from page to stage.