The Signature revives David Henry Hwang's 1996 play
A playwrights roundtable
We asked Off- and Off-Off theatermakers what they feel the scene is missing
The Vineyard Theatre mounts Zayd Dohrn's comedy
We ask theater writers to name their pick
In David Henry Hwang's new play, everybody speak with forked tongue
Pulitzer winner David Henry Hwang (M. Butterfly) once again sets his sights on the seductive yet complex relationship between the West and China with his play Chinglish, in which a businessman goes to Guiyang to score a lucrative contract and finds that the dotted line might be a little blurr ... More >>
Tony winner David Henry Hwang and his team had a meet-and-greet the other day to launch the Broadway run of his play Chinglish, a culture-clash comedy about an American businessman who goes to China looking for some lucrative deal making only to find that communication isn't any easier than a ... More >>
The best of the Off-Broadway season
The 53rd time is yet another charm
And intrigue bogs down Les Liaisons Dangereuses and Boeing-Boeing
Nothing to laugh about this season? Yellow Face and Is He Dead? might help you out.
What exactly should an Asian-American theater fest celebrate?
Is that a jungle out there? Looks more like a theme park to me.
Oskar Eustis takes the reins from George C. Wolfe
Lauded and embattled, George C. Wolfe calls it quits after 11 years
Asian Artists Make Porn Sites Work for Them
Will Asian Americans Ever Elect a Councilmember of Their Own?
A Purge of the Beijing Opera in Chay Yew's Red
Asian American Writers' Workshop Makes A Scene