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A special screening of
Japanese Traditional Performing Arts
in the World War II Internment Camps
Co-presented by CATS and Japanese American Museum San Jose!
Shirley Kazuyo Muramoto-Wong’s “Hidden Legacy” (2014, 57 min.) tells the story of an unexpected triumph of the human spirit: Even as Japanese American families were interned during World War II, traditional arts flourished, helping to restore cultural pride and honor, and creating beauty in bleak surroundings. Join us at this rare screening and stay afterward for these exciting extras:
Q&A with Shirley Muramoto and cast members, with guest emcee, NBC Bay Area's Robert Handa
Live performance by Shirley Muramoto-Wong on the koto
"Take the JA Train" live performanceby Wesley Jazz Band
Wesley United Methodist Church
566 North 5th Street
Advance: $20 donation, seniors $15
At the door: $25 donation, seniors $20
Click to see flyer.
CATS' own Reiko Iwanaga as a featured dancer in the film, Hidden Legacy!