May 8 – June 8
Winner of the Tony Award for Best Play
An exquisitely original play about sex, espionage, and Imperialism that weaves the story of Puccini's Madame Butterfly with an extraordinary plot inspired by true events.
"It will move you, it will thrill you, it may even surprise you. It is a play not to be missed, and it is a play once caught that will never be forgotten." —NY Post
"...an audaciously imaginative play, big in conception and theme, and a satisfying instance of a talented writer hitting full stride." —Variety
"Of all the young dramatists at work in America today, none is more audacious, imaginative, or gifted than David Henry Hwang…" —The New Yorker