This article talks about The Wooster Group’s production of Troilus and Cressida (renamed Cry, Trojans! ) in which they decided to portray the Trojans as a “pastiche fictional tribe” during the time the Native Americans inhabited the country. However, they did not cast any Native American actors in their production. Read the article here.
In this blog post from the FairyPrincessDiaries, she voices her thoughts on Philadelphia’s Lantern Theater’s production of Julius Caesar. The company decided to set the play in Rome after a Japanese-led invasion; however, they decided not to cast any actors of Asian descent. Read her thoughts here.