Cultural awakening: Halcyon’s ‘Family Devotions’ puts the summer of David Henry Hwang to bed

Following Silk Road Theatre Project’s Yellow Face and the Broadway-bound Chinglish at The Goodman (read my review), Halcyon Theatre concludes the summer of David Henry Hwang with their admirable, if uneven, production of Family Devotions, Hwang’s 30 year-old play about three generations of Chinese Americans struggling to find their identify in an ever-changing cultural landscape.… Read More Cultural awakening: Halcyon’s ‘Family Devotions’ puts the summer of David Henry Hwang to bed

David Henry Hwang’s ‘Chinglish’ translates modern business relationships into comedic gold

Through his smart observations of cultural differences impacting our rapidly changing business landscape, David Henry Hwang finds the uncomfortable hilarity in the art of global negotiation in his new play, Chinglish (which is moving to Broadway in the fall). It’s not so much who’s pulling the strings in this incredibly entertaining comedy, but why. Add… Read More David Henry Hwang’s ‘Chinglish’ translates modern business relationships into comedic gold