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"Art in Motion or AIM is a podcast that spotlights contemporary BIPOC artists and creatives. AIM is a space for creatives to share their journey, stories, and lived experiences from their own perspectives. Chapter 1: Taking AIM at Only in San José during the San José Constitutional Convention as residents take aim at amending their City Constitution. Each episode spotlights creatives who are working at the intersection of art and social justice with a relationship to San José, CA."


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AAPI Heritage Month

It's Asian American Pacific Islander Month and I encourage you to seek out some amazing AAPI artists and creators and support them. If you're here and would like to support, please consider being a patron of mine and visit ko-fi.com/tasialabastro

May 2022


Mar 26th-Apr 24th, 2022

City Lights Theatre Company, CA - I've long desired to help share this story and I'm grateful to finally get a chance, and with an unbelievable team! "It’s 1975, Saigon has fallen, and Quang and Tong should be grateful they’ve made it to the United States. But he lost his wife and she lost her brother. And Arkansas is way too weird. In this irreverent comedy told in Qui Nguyen’s audacious style, these two Vietnamese refugees try to find their way home, wherever that is. In the process, they just might find each other. Modern hip-hop meets 1970s America in an exciting mashup of history and cultures."

Show: TWELFTH NIGHT the musical

Dec 1st-Jan 15th, 2022

SF PLAYHOUSE, CA - Catch me in a musical adaption of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night as Fabian! I join this incredible ensemble of actors for a night of fun, music, and shenanigans! "Twelfth Night is a rousing contemporary musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic romantic comedy about mistaken identity and self-discovery. On the twelfth day of Christmas, shipwrecked Viola washes up on the shores of Illyria, disguises herself as a man, is sent to court a countess and falls hard for a Duke. As she navigates the gender confusion in all her roles, she finds her true self and true love in the process. Featuring an original jazz-funk score by Shaina Taub, Twelfth Night is a soulful shake-up of a Shakespearean classic, perfect for the 12th night of Christmas or any day of the year."

A collage of Tasi in different costumes from various shows

Multiverse of Gladness

TASI ALABASTRO is an Asian Pacific Islander and award-winning artist residing in California. Of the many things he believes in, he believes boredom is an essential part of the creative process and is always looking to explore that topic. He holds a special place in his heart for helping people bridge the gap between their ideas and execution; better 'done' than 'perfect' fuels his waking hours. He’s comfortable on-stage, on-camera, behind the camera, and wherever he might fit. That being said, he's also gained some weight during the Pandemic and tangentially learned which pants are better for work. Answer: None.

Recipient of the Silicon Valley Emerging Artist Laureate (2018) and the Leigh Weimer’s Emerging Artist Award (2019), Tasi has also been featured in the Silicon Valley Arts & Culture Magazine, CONTENT, and is a proud alumnus of the Multicultural Arts Leadership Institute (MALI). His work with Red Ladder Theatre Company involves facilitating workshops with marginalized communities; this includes incarcerated men and women in California Correction Facilities, Children on the spectrum, and homeless and runaway youth, all of which have been featured on KQED and Theatre Bay Area Magazine.

Tasi has also enjoyed the heck out of making content on Youtube, Twitch, and various social media platforms. His content and community can be described as goofy warm, casual, and oft-surprisingly insightful. 

If you would like to connect with him on projects, please use the contact form below to slide into the DMs.


SFIAAFF30: SF Int’l Asian American Film Festival

I am absolutely thrilled to announce that two projects I participated in last year will be premiering in the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival! You can imagine the glee that washed over me when I was relayed the news and am even more pleased that I can share it with you. Here are some general information regarding tickets and show times for both films; YES, WE’RE OPEN (feature). RAYMOND (short), locally shot, globally thought. Here are their trailers, r

Five Thoughtful Gifts for Him

With Black Friday as far back in our mind as the Turkey Grease it rode in on, it’s time to set our focus on the task at hand: What do you buy a guy for Christmas? In this moment of need, I will step in and rescue you from the venomous snake that is: buyer’s doubt. Whether you’re a woman looking to impress this fella with your impeccable XY Chromosome buy talents, or a friend looking to reward that manly man for their great listening skills, this list should help you: Photo co

The three movies my Holiday’s can’t live without

Everyone has their favorite movie(s). A top 5, a top 10, a top 100, you name it there’s a top of it. My top movies are on a rotation that’s dedicated by the seasons and moods. When I set out to write this entry, I took a couple of days to think about the movies that I spend the most time indulging during the Holidays. Here they are: This was the first movie I’d seen that kicked the door down and introduced me to a World so immersive and far reaching that I wanted to learn mor

Cheers with Peers

Due to the nature of my career path, I’m always mixed with an assortment of people. They say networking is one of the most important aspects of an actor’s job but to what degree? How aggressive should the networking be? I’d like to think that you should only push far enough that you’re not putting yourself in a position where you’re not presenting the most truthful representation of yourself. Boom, enter Alejandro Adams. A wonderful man, a terrific director and one whose work

Food and Passion

Original post found here: “Babnik” Some people have passion in food. Others feel that passion is food for the soul. Regardless of how you look at it, working on an indie film is very much the combination of food and passion. When Alejandro invited me to join them on the set of Babnik, I was more than delighted. But at the same time I couldn’t help feel like that neighbor you bring along to a picnic. If you think about it, an indie film can easily take on a very family-like at

The San Francisco 48hr Film Festival 2008

We spent the entire evening brainstorming and laying down the lyrics to the musical. In the early morning we put down the audio for the music and during the many hours that followed, we shot all the sequences. It was INTENSE. Props to everyone for holding out and staying up as late as they did. And especially thanks for the wonderful parents who supported us with words and FOOD. I am proud to announce that “A Keesh for Hershel” won the Audience Favorite Award for our screenin


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