||A-Squared arts fest Nov. 9-12
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Links Hall, 3111 N. Western Ave., is presenting the second edition of the A-Squared Asian American Performing Arts Festivalco-produced in partnership with Links Hall Curatorial residents A-Squared Theatre ( Hope Kim, Cary Shoda, and Giau Truong )on Nov. 9-12.
Co-presented by A-Squared Theatre, Asian Improv aRts Midwest and Links Hall, the A-Squared Asian American Performing Arts Festival will feature contemporary dance, music, performance art, sound art and theater by U.S. artists descended from the Asian diaspora.
See Ticketfly.com for tickets.
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