The Hashimoto family prepares to leave their home for an internment camp during World War II in “Nihonjin Face,” a play by the Broadway Center for the Performing Arts.
The Hashimoto family prepares to leave their home for an internment camp during World War II in “Nihonjin Face,” a play by the Broadway Center for the Performing Arts. Broadway Center for the Performing Arts Courtesy
The Hashimoto family prepares to leave their home for an internment camp during World War II in “Nihonjin Face,” a play by the Broadway Center for the Performing Arts. Broadway Center for the Performing Arts Courtesy

2 Tacoma plays bring the World War II Japanese internment to life

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