In Yellow Face, a loosely-based autobiographical comedy, "David Henry Hwang puts himself center stage with alter-ego DHH, telling his side of the explosive controversy stirred up when he led the protest against the hiring of Jonathan Pryce in the original Broadway production of Miss Saigon. Truth and fiction are hard to separate as Hwang gives us a funny and moving backstage look at his search to confront the roles that race and ethnicity play in America." ***
At left (from top): Hoon Lee; Oskar Eustis and playwright David Henry Hwang; Noah Bean; Francis Jue and director Leigh Silverman; Julienne Hanzelka Kim; Kathryn A. Layng and David Henry Hwang; Irina Pantaeva; and Jonathan Groff.
photos by Aubrey Reuben