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David Henry Hwang





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Flower Drum Song Set in the late 1950s, this new adaptation centers on Mei-Li who arrives in San Francisco's Chinatow...
Aida A classic love triangle: Aida, a Nubian princess, is captured by an Egyptian captain, Radames. He so...
M. Butterfly M. Butterfly tells the story of a French diplomat posted in China, Rene Gallimard, who is brought to...
The Dance and the Railroad Set in 1867 in California, ‘The Dance and the Railroad’ tells the story of two Chinese laborers ...
Trying to Find Chinatown The one-act play Trying to Find Chinatown describes an encounter between Benjamin, an ethnic Caucasi...
Yellow Face Yellow Face is David Henry Hwang’s self-mocking drama about his reaction to the casting of the whi...
F.O.B. F.O.B. (fresh off the boat) is another of David Henry Hwang’s explorations of what it is like to b...
Bondage Bondage, a one-act play set in an S&M parlor in Los Angeles, explores the relationship between Terri...
The Golden Child The Golden Child tells the story of Andrew Kwong’s ancestors, a Chinese family dealing with the on...
The Sound of a Voice The Sound of a Voice is a fable about a samurai who shows up at the house of a woman who lives deep ...
The House of Sleeping Beauties The play is David Hwang’s adaptation of Yasunari Kawabata’s novel, House of the Sleeping Beautie...
Family Devotions Family Devotions, set in contemporary Los Angeles, is a farce that explores the notions of cultural ...
Rich Relations Rich Relations is David Hwang’s second play about evangelical Christianity and his first with a wh...