DAVID HENRY HWANG'S YELLOW FACE AT THE NATIONAL THEATRE

David Henry Hwang's Yellow Face at the National Theatre
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DAVID HENRY HWANG'S YELLOW FACE AT THE NATIONAL THEATRE



Written by Don't Panic
02 Friday 02nd May 2014

Yellow Face straddles the line between reality and fiction, questioning what race really means, looking at how politics and media interact in our society and, ultimately, asking us to reflect on who we really are. 

If you'd like to find out more about the themes in the play, this coming Wednesday theatre critic Mark Shenton will discuss the play David Henry Hwang himself, which should prove to be interesting.

Also, this video is quite old, but worth a look:

Find out more over on the NT's site, here.

Production photographer: Simon Annand

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