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Leviathan Lab as part of Pentacle's ASP Showcases
Wednesday, January 18
Wednesday, January 18, 2023 - Tuesday, January 31, 2023
This is an online event at Imagine Dance Festival Go to event website
Online Showcase
Artist / Group Name
Leviathan Lab
Expo Hall Space #
Special Instructions

Leviathan Lab's virtual showcase will be available here for viewing beginning January 2, 2022. The following work will be featured and is available for touring:

Highlighted in this 10-minute excerpt is writer/performer Ariel Estrada's journey to reclaim his body and spirit as a 20-year survivor of a brutal martial arts cult. Directed by Gaven Trinidad (Rising Leader of Color, Theatre Communications Group). FULL CONTACT was a 2020 finalist for the National New Play Network Commission Grant and was a 2022 resident of BRIC Media Arts' BRICLab.


For booking inquiries, contact:
Ariel Estrada
+1 (347) 581-3047

Founded in 2009 by actor/producer Ariel Estrada (TCG Rising Leader of Color, ArtEquity BIPOC Leadership Circle), Leviathan Lab is an award-winning, NYC-based nonprofit creative studio whose mission is the advancement of Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) theatre artists and their work. Through the speaking of AAPI artists' words, and the presentation of AAPI bodies, presence, and gestures on stage and film, Leviathan works to open spaces that promote social justice, bridge communities, and assert the power of art to change the world. We function as a lab where early-career and established AAPI artists can be courageous, experiment, and thrive as they create works that captivate the audiences we serve.

Ariel Estrada is Webby Award-winning producer, actor, writer, and advocate for Asian American Pacific Islander performing artists. As an actor, he has performed on television, film, commercials, digital media, and Off-, and Off-Off-Broadway. As a producer, Ariel is the Founder and Producing Artistic Director for Leviathan Lab, a nonprofit creative studio for Asian American performing artists. As an arts administrator, he is the Associate Director of the Theatre Program at Fordham University, and the Marketing & Membership Director for the Consortium of Asian American Theaters and Artists. His leadership has been recognized by artEquity, New York Foundation for the Arts, and Theatre Communications Group. | | LI: /arielestrada