Looks like “Kung Fu,” David Henry Hwang’s reverential homage to Bruce Lee, should have been a musical after all. Cole Horibe, Taekwondo Olympic medalist (and finalist on “So You Think You Can…
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A somewhat heavy-handed yet rather endearing lesson in various kinds of tolerance that should do OK in home formats.
The Lark Play Development Center and Playwrights of New York have awarded the 2013-14 Playwrights of New York fellowship to Kimber Lee, who nabs one of the heftiest legit development awards out…
David Henry Hwang and Adrienne Kennedy are among the legit creatives to make the list of this year's recipients of the USA Fellowships from United States Artists, the nonprofit with a mission to…
Wolfe Video has acquired all North American rights to Quentin Lee's family drama "White Frog" and plans a theatrical run followed by a VOD and DVD release next year.
Off Broadway's Signature Theater has named David Henry Hwang the Residency One Playwright for its 2012-13 season.
David Henry Hwang puts a happy face on "Chinglish," his new play about a naive American entrepreneur who crashes head-first into language and cultural barriers when he tries to do business in China.
Perhaps no other play has so directly explored the comic confusions of our modern, Babel-like culture clashes as David Henry Hwang's splendidly savvy and entertaining new work "Chinglish," receiving…
Both before and after sweeping the major theater awards in 1988 with "M. Butterfly," David Henry Hwang has explored issues of human identity, racial and otherwise, along with related ideas about the…
David Henry Hwang's tale of playwright "DHH" and his decade-long relationship with a white actor passing for Asian brings to the national discussion about race three much-needed commodities: a sense…
Although they do offer musical and visual pleasures, these two new chamber operas by Philip Glass and David Henry Hwang are not convincing examples of East-West fusion. Glass' score makes good use of…