• Double Delicious 2022 Tour
    Double Delicious 2022 Tour
    Unforgettable stories and food touring now.

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  • CAAP Artist Lab x South Australia
    CAAP Artist Lab x South Australia
    CAAP Artist Lab South Australia participants and partners 2021

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  • Perahu-Perahu by Jumaadi and Michael Toisuta

    CAAP at Sydney Festival 2022

    Perahu-Perahu by Jumaadi and Michael Toisuta
    "As exquisite as the world that stimulated it... full of movement, mystery and melancholy." - INDAILY

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  • Lost in Shanghai

    CAAP at Sydney Festival 2022

    Lost in Shanghai
    Don't miss CAAP's shows at Sydney Festival 2022!

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 Here's your chance for another bite!

Double Delicious Touring May & June

After sell out seasons at Sydney Festival 2020, Asia TOPA and OzAsias Festival 2021, CAAP's sumptuous night at the theatre is hitting the road. Touring to NSW and Victoria Double Delicious is once again set to deliver audiences double the experience, a unique opportunity to both hear and taste the story.
And in exciting news... writer, comedian and host of ABC iView series Chopsticks or Fork? Jennifer Wong joins original cast members: writer and broadcaster Benjamin Law, kim chi master Heather Jeong, dancer/choreographer Raghav Handa and director/theatre-maker Valerie Berry, as they reveal the stories behind the significant dishes in their lives. 
Don't miss out - bookings are open now
                                                               11- 14 May      The Art House, Wyong
  19 - 21 May      Bunjil Place, Narre Warren
  25 - 26 May      Ballarat Civic Hall
  2 - 4 June      Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre
  8 - 11 June     Wollongong Town Hall
  15 - 18 June     Civic Pavilion - The Concourse, Chatswood

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Let's face it - the last two years have been tough! A global pandemic, continuing effects of climate crisis, socio-political rambunctions globally and at home. You name it, we've seen it - and lived through it!

But we've done it together. ...and together is how CAAP creates work that makes a difference to how audiences, artists and communities see themselves and each other. With incredible artists, friends and fans-of-diversity, CAAP has been able to keep growing for almost a decade; to keep inspiring artists and audiences to demand, embrace and realise the full potential of a richly diverse and inclusive multicultural Australia.

In 2021 we...

Partnered with:

  • 2 major festivals to deliver 4 contemporary Asian Australian productions - including 2 brand new works
  • 11 theatre companies and arts organisations to deliver skills and sector development opportunties for Asian Australian artists across the country
  • 5 arts organisations to launch ENGAGE! - a two year community engagement research and trial program aiming to increase deeper and more meaningful connections between arts organisations and diaspora communities in regional Australia.


  • 1500 audience members across the entire artistic programme
  • 147 participants across our skills & sector development programme in nationally and internationally

and Employed:

  • over 75 artists & arts workers with 70% identifying as CALD (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse)
  • a 100% CALD female led and run Artistic & Operations team, including bringing on full-time staff for the first time in the organisation's history

None of this would have been possible without the support of donors, philanthropists and the artistic communtiy that are at the beating heart of what we do.

This year we're asking you to join CAAP as we continue to meet the needs of our audiences and communities - and head to places we can all only imagine.

Donate now to KEEP CAAP GROWING in 2022!


All donations are tax deductible. Donate through our GiveNow* platform via the button above. *GiveNow holds the capacity to accept donations from as little as $5 up to $100,000. If you would like to make a direct deposit please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Meet the creative team behind STC’s production of Top Coat.

Join playwright Michelle Law, director Courtney Stewart, composer Michael Toisuta and STC Design Associates James Lew and Kate Baldwin for insights into the creation of their new play Top Coat and their observations about pathways for Asian Australian theatre artists today.

Contemporary Asian Australian Performance (CAAP)’s Longhouse program aims to forge a strong community of artists interested in exploring Asian Australian themes through performance.

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Thursday 2 June  |  6.30pm  | Neilson Family Gallery, The Wharf