Pork Filled Presentations

As the oldest Asian American theatre group in the Northwest, Pork Filled Players/Productions pushes the limits of Asian American theatre, using new genres to tell new stories that center Asian American artists on the stage and to boldly go beyond the limits of the "ethnic slot" in theatrical presentations.

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Address:14810 Meridian Ave. N.
Shoreline, WA 98133
Phone Number:206-486-0375
Pork Filled Productions/Players is the Pacific Northwests longest running Asian American theatre group. PFP creates work to stretch the definitions of Asian American theatre, whether through sketch comedy (as Pork Filled Players) or through full-length plays (as Pork Filled Productions).

PFP has a particular focus on genre work such as science fiction, fantasy, and horror, which are non-traditional subjects for Asian American theatre. In the past, we've presented supernatural romantic comedies, a mashup of zombies/kung-fu/Shakespeare, and steampunk extravaganzas.

Our last show, A HAND OF TALONS, by Maggie Lee, was a steampunk tale of power and revenge, which won the award for Best Costume Design for the 2016 Gregory Awards. This show also garnered 6 Gypsy Award nominations from Seattle's theatre critics and reviewers.

2015's The Tumbleweed Zephyr, by Maggie Lee, earned a nomination for Outstanding Local Play from the Gregory Awards. An excerpt was presented at the 2016 National Asian American Theatre Conference and Festival at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, OR.

2014's Fast Company by Carla Ching, won a Seattle Times Footlight Award for Best Production by a Small Theatre.