“Aubergine,” a new play by Julia Cho (a winner of the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize and multiple other honors), poses a unique challenge. The language is lovely, the dramatic structure is impressive…
A dainty fable about the limits of language in matters of the heart.
The Roundabout Theater Company has taken steps to beef up its new work initiatives, including the announcement of commissions from ten writers plus the appointment of scribe Theresa Rebeck as an…
The tuner adaptation of "Tales of the City" and the latest play by Pulitzer-winner Nilo Cruz are among the new works to be developed this year during the O'Neill Theater Center's annual summer…
Drastically streamlined or even retooled as a monologue, Julia Cho's downbeat drama about a retired music teacher who reaches out to her old pupils in an attempt to find out why they deserted her…
The ninth edition of the Pacific Playwrights Festival was laden with works from fresh scribes, unlike some past editions that have preemed works by the likes of Richard Greenberg and Donald…
"The Story" scribe Tracey Scott Wilson will receive the 2004 Kesselring Prize for playwriting, plus a $15,000 cash prize, from the National Arts Club in Gotham.
When form and content go off on different tangents, you can say goodbye to a coherent production. Julia Cho's new play is essentially a domestic drama about a fractured family that reunites under…