Kelly and Jonathan picked two of the same plays this week, so let's see what they both say about them...Kelly: Then, though the official opening is next week, Sunday is the Jewish press opening of Red (though if God is willing to have us spend Christmas in a Chines
The Dueling Critics and a whole crowd of those who are otherwise night folks assembled at the Goodman at dawn (well, 8 a.m.) last Thursday for what was billed as a major important announcement, complete with mayor. (These days no announcement is major-important unless the mayor is there.
Despite the politics of strategic partnership, the U.S. and China sometimes seem to inhabit two different planets. In the new comedy Chinglish, Tony-Award-winning Chinese-American playwright David Henry Hwang shares a story of absurd cultural misunderstanding between these nations.