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National Theatre production of David Henry Hwang's Pulitzer Prize nominated play

Yellow Face

TJP were general managers on the transfer of the production to the National Theatre, for the producers Special Relationship Productions. The production played for three weeks in the Shed (now the Temporary Theatre).

Tony award-winner and Pulitzer Prize finalist David Henry Hwang, explores the impact race has had on the East Asian experience in America.

Yellow Face straddles the line between reality and fiction, questioning what race really means, looking at how politics and media interact in our society and, ultimately, asking us to reflect on who we really are.

‘A mischievous comedy, great fun and a terrific cast.’ – Time Out

‘Fantastic. A theatrical coup.’ – Independent

National Theatre, the Shed

5th – 24th May 2014

Writer – David Henry Hwang
Director – Alex Sims
Designer – Lily Arnold
Lighting Designer – Joshua Carr
Sound Designer – Isobel Waller-Bridge
Associate Director – Zachary James
Casting Director – Annie Rowe

Gemma Chan
Christy Meher
Davina Perera
John Schwab
Kevin Shen
Ben Starr
David Yip