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Kimchee and Chitlins: A Serious Comedy About Getting Along
Kimchee and Chitlins: A Serious Comedy About Getting Along
By Elizabeth Wong.

Cast: 4m., 3w. (Expandable chorus, multicultural cast.) Named after the trademark dishes of Koreans and African-Americans, respectively, this wickedly funny play skewers the news media and modern race relations in America. Novice television news reporter Suzie Seeto finds herself sitting pretty in the anchor seat, but she's haunted by the bogeyman chorus which questions the way she got her promotion. From there it's a nonstop flashback barreling towards the dark, roiling truth about racism, power, and personal integrity in the workplace. Matilda Duvet, a Haitian woman, claims she was beaten up by an immigrant Korean grocer, Key Chun Mak. Our intrepid reporter Suzie hates covering "minority issues," but goes reluctantly to Brooklyn to investigate. But Matilda has disappeared. African-Americans are boycotting Mak's New Way Grocery Store. And Korean-Americans are loading up on ammunition. As the Rashomon-like mystery of "what really happened" unfolds, Suzie soon discovers that nothing at the New Way Grocery Store is what it seems. Even the videotape takes on a life of its own, as it rewinds and reconfigures events, arguing with Suzie about the best sound bites. Bare stage w/props.

Play details
Status:  In Stock
Type of show:  Full-Length
Catalog Code:  K25
Cast Size:  7
No. of Act(s):  2
Pages:  80
Royalty:  $75.00 /perf.*
Cost:  $8.95
Approx. Running Time:  100 min.
Categories
Target Audience: High School | College and Adult
Performing Group: High Schools | College Theatre | Community Theatre | Stock & Lort
Genre: Comedy | Drama
ISBN (10): 0871296292
Biographies
Elizabeth Wong, playwright, is a graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. She directed her latest play Dating and Mating in Modern Times at Theatre Emory in Atlanta, Ga and at the 2003 Brave New Works Festival. The Happy Prince, her opera for young audiences with Grammy-winning composer Michael Silversher, was commissioned by the Kennedy Center ...More
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This title can be licensed/sold throughout the world
* Please note that royalties quoted in our catalog are intended for K-12 schools with a standard curriculum only. All other producing groups must submit a completed application.


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