Directed by Heidi Holder.
Free and open to the public.
What happened to the women of the Japanese American Internment? How did these brave women keep their American dream alive?
This play weaves a story of the struggles, plights and courage of Japanese American female detainees in the American internment camps of World War II. Nationally-recognized playwright Chay Yew draws from the special archives of the Japanese American National Museum to create a documentary theater project based on testimonials, transcripts, documents and interviews with female internees living in the camps during WWII.