Emily Babin is a Theatre Studies major and Dance minor from Louisiana, France, and Saudi Arabia. She is currently assistant director as well as facilitator for the Forum Theatre.
Connie Bahng is a freshman Musical B.F.A. Musical Theatre Major. A native of Los Angeles, California, Connie is so excited to be a part of this event, highlighting and representing Asian Americans.
The goals of Ava Bryan’s art are to empower and connect, but also to critique and build. She writes to find liberation and hopes others come closer to theirs through hearing her work. She will be releasing her first EP this fall and can be followed via @knewblackbeauty on Instagram and Soundcloud.
Ground Up Crew
Ground Up Crew is Ithaca College’s only breakdancing club. They hope their passion for hip hop and dance inspires others to take an interest in the hip hop.
Anu Irri is a freshman Theatre Arts Management major at Ithaca College. She is born and raised in Auburn, New York by two loving parents who immigrated from India. She is very excited and honored to have produced this play for IPAAFF.
Tuan Malinowski is a sophomore Musical Theatre major at Ithaca College. He is from Buffalo, New York. He is thrilled to be involved with IPAAFF and to spark discussion regarding Asian Americans in theatre.
Walt Martzen is a freshman Anthropology and Theatre Studies double major at Ithaca College. Born in Los Angeles, California and raised in Singapore, he is excited and humbled to be exploring Asian American experiences with his advisers and peers through IPAAFF.