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The National Asian American Theatre Company stages European and American classics as written, but with all-Asian-American casts, at various theaters around the City. Past productions include favorites by William Shakespeare, Anton Chekhov and Eugene O'Neill. In 2006, the company was awarded the Rosetta LeNoire Award for increasing diversity and nontraditional casting in American theater.