A Man Has No Face: Hwang's "Yellow Face"

O.W.I.’s mission is to subvert expectations through the premiere of new plays or the reimagining of old stories. David Henry Hwang’s Yellow Face is a prime example of reimagining stories since it is in itself semi-autobiographical, blurring the lines between truth and fiction.  The play also explores the uncomfortable, and still very important, theme of race and its representation in the arts.

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