A Mu Performing Arts production

The Guthrie presents a Mu Performing Arts production of Yellow Face by David Henry Hwang.  Directed by Rick Shiomi, Yellow Face will be performed in the Dowling Studio Feb. 4 to Feb. 21, 2010. A Mu Performing Arts production

The Guthrie presents a Mu Performing Arts production of Yellow Face by David Henry Hwang.  Directed by Rick Shiomi, Yellow Face will be performed in the Dowling Studio Feb. 4 to Feb. 21, 2010.

In classic David Hwang fashion, Yellow Face is a head-spinning comedy that delivers poignancy with a punch. Following the playwright's alter-ego DHH, the play takes us from the pinnacle of his Tony Award with M. Butterfly downward through the Miss Saigon controversy and a landscape of missteps, broken relationships and political investigations. In this 2008 Pulitzer Prize finalist, Hwang turns his own travails into humorous insights and warns us that good intentions do not necessarily make the world go round.

For more information about Mu Performing Arts, visit www.muperformingarts.org

Ticket prices range from US$18 to US$30.  There will be a post-play discussion of Yellow Face after the 1 p.m. performances on Sunday, Feb. 7 and Sunday, Feb. 14.  American Sign Language interpretation and audio description will be provided at the 7:30 p.m. performance on Friday, Feb. 19.  ASL interpreters will be Cathy Mosher and Carrie Wilbert.  The play will be described by Cynthia Hamre.

To purchase tickets, visit www.guthrietheater.org or call the Guthrie Box Office at 612-377-2224.

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