chicago gets a triple dose of david henry hwang

Hey, Chicago theater fans. Looks like you've got a lot of Asian American stories going on in your city, courtesy of David Henry Hwang. Here's a Chicago Sun-Times article on the acclaimed playwright and the three plays he has in production this summer: David Henry Hwang makes a triple-play for Chicago.

The Goodman Theatre presents the world premiere of Hwang's newest work Chinglish, starting June 18; Silk Road Theatre Project presents his 2007 play Yellow Face; and the Halcyon Theatre's presents one of his earlier works, Family Devotions. Here's a rundown of the whats and whens:

When: June 18-July 24
Where: Goodman Theatre, 170 N. Dearborn
Tickets: $25-$73
Information: (312) 443-3800; goodmantheatre.org

'Yellow Face'

When: Tuesday-July 17
Where: Chicago Temple Building, 77 W. Washington
Tickets: $24-$34
Information: (312) 443-3800; goodmantheatre.org

'Family Devotions'

When: Aug. 11-Sept. 4
Where: Greenhouse Theater Center, 2257 N. Lincoln
Tickets: $10-$25
Information: (773) 404-7336; greenhousetheater.org
Have some fun. Go see a play. For further information about Chinglish, go to the Goodman Theatre website here. For more information on Yellow Face, head over to the Silk Road Theatre Project website here. And for more on Family Devotions, go to the Greenhouse Theater website here.

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