Cho's playwriting style lures us into caring about characters who never fail to surprise us with their simple humanity." Los Angeles Times
a strength of Cho's writing is her empathy for those who stumble toward and slip away from intimacies they desperately covet but aren't equipped to handle." Seattle Times
From whimsical comedies to nail-biting chillers, Julia Cho is one of the most versatile playwrights in the contemporary theatre scene. For the past fifteen years, her stunning plays have been performed all over the country from San Francisco to Off-Broadway with one work premiering as far away as Japan. Her writing is at once touching and challenging, amusing and electric, and this new anthology contains a captivating sampling of her widely-lauded work. Five brilliant plays are included in this collection.
Julia Cho's plays include Aubergine, Office Hour, The Language Archive, The Piano Teacher, Durango, The Winchester House, BFE, The Architecture of Loss and 99 Histories. She has been a resident playwright at New Dramatists since 2004. Honors include the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, Barrie Stavis Award, the Claire Tow Award for Emerging Artists, and the L. Arnold Weissberger Award. Durango was also named one of the Top 10 Plays of 2006 by Entertainment Weekly and one of the Best of 2007 by the L.A. Times.
A collection of plays from the award-winning playwright Julia Cho
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