1. May Adrales Interview - Storytelling


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    New York based theater director, May Adrales, talks about the art of storytelling in theater and how it can change people's perception of the world.

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    • Highlights: David Henry Hwang in conversation with Gregory Mosher and Jean Howard


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      David Henry Hwang, Tony award-winning playwright of such plays as M. Butterfly, Yellow Face, Golden Child, and Chinglish, visited Columbia to discuss his work, including Kung Fu (inspired by the life of Bruce Lee), which will premiere this spring at the Signature Theatre Company. Joining him in conversation was theater director and Columbia professor Gregory Mosher, former head of both the Lincoln Center and Goodman Theatres, and Jean Howard, George Delacorte Professor in the Humanities at Columbia and a prominent theater scholar.

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      • A Look Back at Signature Theatre's 2013-14 Season


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        A look back at Signature Theatre's 2013-14 Season, featuring Horton Foote's THE OLD FRIENDS, Regina Taylor's stop. reset., Martha Clarke's CHERI, August Wilson's HOW I LEARNED WHAT I LEARNED, David Henry Hwang's KUNG FU, Will Eno's THE OPEN HOUSE and Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' APPROPRIATE.

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        • David Henry Hwang post show discussion


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          Yellow Face playwright David Henry Hwang in conversation with Artistic Director Ari Roth at Theater J. Saturday, Feb 1, 2014.

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          • Yellow Face trailer


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            YELLOW FACE at Theater J through Feb 23, 2014. By David Henry Hwang. Directed by Natsu Onoda Power. Featuring Tonya Beckman, Mark Hairston, Stan Kang, Brandon McCoy, Sue Jin Song, Al Twanmo, Rafael Untalan, and Jacob Yeh. Tickets at theaterj.org or call (800)494-8497.

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            • Natsu Onoda Power on 'YELLOW FACE'


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              Part of first rehearsal session at Theater J. Dec. 30, 2014.

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              • SIGNATURE Trailer (TV Series)


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                6 world-famous creatives meet 6 top local talent in Singapore on this exclusive interview series. Featuring Moshe Safdie X Chan Soo Khian (Architecture) David Henry Hwang X Jean Tay (Theatre) Alexis Mabille X Wykidd Song (Fashion) Tetsuya Wakuda X Justin Quek (Cuisine) Pierre Rissient X Boo Junfeng (Film) Stacey Kent X Alemay Fernandez (Music) Broadcaster: Channel NewsAsia Agency: gsmprjct media 2012, Talkshow / Interview, 6 x 30 minutes

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                • University Lecture Series Interview: David Henry Hwang


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                  Award-winning playwright David Henry Hwang, best known as the author of M. Butterfly, spoke to The NewsHouse on April 4, 2013, about his work in the performance arts.This video interview was produced by Gina Lazara and Ted Rysz for TheNewsHouse.com.

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                  • "FOB" by David Henry Hwang: Grace


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                    Grace's monologue from David Henry Hwang's "FOB."

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                    • More Scenes from "Chinglish"


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                      When an American tries to score a fat contract in China, words get hilariously mistranslated—and even feelings take on different meanings—in this East-West comedy that embraces both sides of the cultural divide. South Coast Repertory presents "Chinglish" by David Henry Hwang, directed by Leigh Silverman. Cast: Vivian Chiu (Zhao), Celeste Den (Miss Quian/Prosecutor Li), Michelle Krusiec (Xi Yan), Austin Ku (Bing/Judge Geming), Alex Moggridge (Daniel Cavanaugh), Raymond Ma (Minister Cai), Brian Nishii (Peter). Segerstrom Stage, January 25-February 24, 2013 Visit http://www.scr.org/calendar/view.aspx?id=5207 for more information

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