September 03, 2015

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Highlights From Broadway's Chinglish

Chinglish, a new comedy about the misadventures of miscommunication which had its world premiere at Chicago's Goodman Theatre, makes its way to Broadway's Longacre Theatre. Gary Wilmes makes his Broadway debut as Daniel Cavanaugh, an Ohio businessman sent overseas to direct the operations of a sign company. Chicago company member Jennifer Lim returns as Xi Yan, a captivating Chinese government official and Stephen Pucci reprises his role as Peter Timms, an Australian interpreter. Written by Tony Award winner David Henry Hwang (M. Butterfly), the show is performed in English and Mandarin with English surtitles projected. Obie Award winner Leigh Silverman (From Up Here, Well) directs.







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