PAST PLAYS


For information on what our new and current play is please go to Programs.


2002-2003

Rashomon

GOY VEY

EMPRESS OF CHINA


2001-2002

Goy Vey! Adventures of a Dim Sun in Search of his Wanton Father

by Richard Chang

Psycho Wracks

by Chin Woon-Ping

The Legend of White Snake

adapted by Lu Yu

Forbidden City Blues

by Alexander Woo (World Premiere)


2000-2001

The Legend of the White Snake

adapted by Lu Yu

Rashomon

by Fay and Michael Kanin

18 Mighty Mountain Warriors

by company created


1999-2000

The Teahouse of the August Moon

by John Patrick

The Poet of Columbus Avenue

by Dennis Escobedo


1998-1999

Carry the Tiger to the Moutain

by Cherylene Lee

18 Mighty Mountain Warriors

by S.F. artist collective

The Joy Luck Club

by Susan Kim. Based on the novel by Amy Tan


1997-1998

Shanghai Lil's

by Lilah Kan and Louis Stewart (also tour)

Out of the Wheelchair and Into the Fire

by Esther Goodhart and Stewart  M. Schulman

Aloha Las Vegas

by Edward Sakamoto


1996-1997

Innocence of Ghosts

by Rosanna Staffa

Slant

by Rick Ebihara, Wayland Quintero, Perry Yung

Shanghai Lil's

by Lilah Kan and Louis Stewart


1995-1996

Private Lives

by Noel Coward

Cambodia Agonistes

by Ernest Abuba and Louis Stewart (also tour)

Friends

by Kobo Abe

Letters to A Student Revolutionary

by Elizabeth Wong (tour)


1994-1995

Arthur & Leila

by Cherylene Lee

Yellow Fever

by R.A. Shiomi

Rita's Resources

by Jeanne Barroga

Letters To A Student Revolutionary

by Elizabeth Wong (tour)

Cambodia Agonistes

by Ernest Abuba and Louis Stewart (tour)


1993-1994

Eating Chicken Feet

by Kitty Chen

Cambodia Agonistes

by Ernest Abuba and music by Louis Stewart

Wilderness

by Cao Yu


1992-1993

Cambodia Agonistes

by Ernest Abuba and music by Louis Stewart

Letters To A Student Revolutionary

by Elizabeth Wong (tour)

A Doll House

by Henrik Ibsen


1991-1992

The Dressing Room

by Kunio Shimizu

Letters To A Student Revolutionary

(Theatre For Youth and Tour)

Fairy Bones

by Laurence Yep


1990-1991

Lucky Come Hawaii

by Jon Shirota

Letters To A Student Revolutionary

by Elizabeth Wong

And The Soul Shall Dance


1989-1990

The Song of Shim Chung

by Du Yee Chang and Terence Cranendonk

And The Soul Shall Dance

by Wakako Yamauchi

FOB

by David Henry Hwang

Rosie's Cafe

by R.A. Shiomi (tour)


1988-1989

Three Sisters

by Anton Chekhov

Play Ball

by R.A. Shiomi

Noiresque: The Fallen Angel

by Ping Chong


1987-1988

Rosie's Cafe

by R.A. Shimomi

Madame de Sade

by Yukio Mishima

Boutique Living & Disposable Icons

by Momoko Iko

Shogun Macbeth

by William Shakespeare, adapted by John R. Briggs (tour)

Yellow Fever

by R.A. Shiomi (tour)


1986-1987

The Imposter (If I Were Real)

by Sha Yexin, Li Shoucheng and Yao Mingde

Shogun Macbeth

by William Shakespeare, adapted by John R.Briggs (tour)

Whai...Whai...A Long Long Time Ago

by Che Inhoon

The Life of the Land

by Edward Sakamoto


1985-1986

Once is Never Enough

by R.A. Shiomi, Marc Hiyashi and Lane Kiyomi Nishikawa

Ghashiram Kotwal

by Vijay Tendulkar

Medea

by Euripides

The Man Who Turned Into A Stick

by Kobo Abe


1984-1985

Chip Shot

by Donald G. McNeil, Jr.

State Without Grace

by Linda Kalayaan Faigao

Manoa Valley

by Edward Sakamoto

Eat A Bowl of Tea

by Ernest Abuba


1983-1984

Yellow Fever

by R.A. Shiomi

A Song For A Nisei Fisherman

by Philip Kan Gotanda

The Face Box

by Wakako Yamauchi

Empress of China

by Ruth Wolff


1982-1983

Yellow Fever

by R.A. Shiomi

Teahouse

by Lao She

A Midsummer Night's Dream

by William Shakespeare


1981-1982

Bullet Headed Birds

by Philip Kan Gotanda

Rohwer

by Lionelle Hamanaka

Behind Enemy Lines

by Rosanna  Yamagiwa Alfaro

Station J

by Richard France


1980-1981

An American Story

by Ernest Abuba

Flowers And Household Gods

by Momoko Iko

Yellow Is My Favorite Color

by Edward Sakamoto


1979-1980

And The Soul Shall Dance

by Wakako Yamauchi

Sunrise

by Cao Yu

Monkey Music

by Margaret Lamb


1978-1979

The Dowager

by Ernest Abuba

The Servant of Two Masters

by Carlo Goldoni

And The Soul Shall Dance

by Wakako Yamauchi


1977-1978

The Legend of Wu Chang

adapted by Tisa Chang from Hazelton and Benrimo's Yellow Jacket

Thunderstorm

by Cao Yu



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