‘King of the Yees’ Looks at Honoring Culture and Assimilation

‘King of the Yees’ Looks at Honoring Culture and Assimilation

“King of the Yees” delivers a cultural mashup between old Chinatown ways and American-born descendants with little ties to the past, language, and traditions. The play, which opened July 16 at at Center Theatre Group’s Kirk Douglas Theatre, looks at generational and cultural divides and questions the impact of assimilation and need for honoring (remembering?) […]

Broadway Hit ‘Heisenberg’ Opens in L.A. Offering Quirky Love Story

Broadway Hit ‘Heisenberg’ Opens in L.A. Offering Quirky Love Story

“Heisenberg” opened in Los Angeles this week at Center Theatre Group’s Mark Taper Forum after an acclaimed Broadway run last year. The play’s title reference to physicist Werner Heisenberg may lead people to expect something cerebral or complicated. However, rather than science, “Heisenberg” offers a simple love story, albeit a quirky older-man-meets-middle-aged-woman version featuring Denis Arndt […]

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