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David Henry Hwang
Theater Review: Flipping the Classic Musical Script in
David Henry Hwang and Jeanine Tesori reverse Rodgers and Hammerstein.
Broadway Revival Starring Clive Owen to Close in January
The Julie Taymor–directed production was originally scheduled to run through February 25.
Chasing Its Own Reality
“Islands of incisive commentary in a stream that hasn’t entirely found its flow.”
Theater Review: This
Not enough art in these martial arts.
and Much More
The Dance and the Railroad
Much Ado About Nothing.
It’s more than just jokes about fractured language.
Playwright David Henry Hwang on Bringing Mandarin to Broadway, Growing Up Chinese-American, and Translation Fails
“I visited a new cultural center in Shanghai in 2005 that was pretty much perfect, except for the really badly translated Chinglish signs: a handicapped restroom that said ‘Deformed Man’s Toilet,’ that kind of thing.”
ranters and ravers
French Critics, Even Snootier Than Expected, Pan Cronenberg Opera
We assumed critics would take to ‘The Fly’ like flies to … you know. We were wrong.
apropos of nothing
So Who Are the New York Theater Personalities in ‘Yellow Face’?
Michael Riedel made the cut. Did you?
Public Theater Slate Includes Plays by Churchill and Shepard, Work by Hoffman and Strathairn
Plus industry news on
, Drew Barrymore, and Lil Jon.