A man shares a bowl of berries, and a young woman falls in love. A world away, a mother prepares a bowl of soup to keep her son from leaving home. And a son cooks a meal for his dying father to say everything that words canâ€™t. In Julia Choâ€™s poignant and lyrical new play, the making of a perfect meal is an expression more precise than language, and the medium through which life gradually reveals itself.
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by Michael Dale - September 14, 2016
From Thanksgiving turkey to roasted corn on the 4th of July to a slice of birthday cake, we grow up associating food with familial bonding and the gathering of loved ones. When we seek a romantic partner, eating together becomes an important part of the mating ritual and when tragedy strikes, we offer food as comfort.
by BWW News Desk - September 1, 2016
The Playwrights Horizons New York premiere production of Aubergine, a new play by Susan Smith Blackburn Prize winner Julia Cho (BFE at Playwrights, The Language Archive, The Piano Teacher, Durango, The Architecture of Loss), directed by Kate Whoriskey (Fabulation, Inked Baby at Playwrights; The Miracle Worker on Broadway; Ruined; Her Requiem), is the opening production of the theater company's 2016/2017 Season. The show is currently in previews, and BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below!