Category Archives: 2017-18 Season

Crowns: Juicy Questions for Conversation and Reflection

  It’s astonishing how many layers of meaning can fit underneath a hat. Crowns delves deep into the ways in which we care for ourselves and find connections, and my juicy questions do the same: 1. What is a “hat” in your life? Is there any article of clothing that holds a deeper meaning for… Continue reading →

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Drama Notes: Julia Cho

Long Wharf Theatre is thrilled to welcome Julia Cho’s acclaimed work back to the stage for Office Hour, directed by Lisa Peterson and produced in conjunction with Berkeley Repertory Theatre. Office Hour marks Cho’s third play to be produced at Long Wharf. The first, BFE, premiered at Long Wharf in 2005 directed by Gordon Edelstein,… Continue reading →

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Drama Notes: Aaron Posner

First published in 1967, Chaim Potok’s coming-of-age novel The Chosen has become a beloved literary classic. The story of an unlikely friendship between two boys from different worlds growing up in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in the 1940s evokes universal truths about the power of friendship, the importance of relationships between fathers and sons, and the difficulty… Continue reading →

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