Commemorating Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, Triumvirate Pi Theatre presents its critically acclaimed family puppet theater presentation based on real life incidents from the Japanese American internment. In camp, everyone is the same. Faced with wearing the required drab uniform, Tsuki decides to wear her sister's pink dress to her junior high school graduation to prove she is not "an ant," but an individual. Featuring 3-foot tall bunraku-style puppets and original music, The Pink Dress addresses complex issues of individuality, nonconformity and the concentration camps in a way that is appropriate for all ages. All performances are wheelchair accessible and captioned for the hearing impaired.