Lore Segal’s Shakespeare’s Kitchen, explores personal and historical events with startling insight. Playwright and novelist Han Ong reminisces with the author, a 2008 finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Fiction.
Wong Kar-wai’s films are kooky, cool and without being sappy, utterly romantic. The enfant terrible of Hong Kong cinema talks with playwright Han Ong about why he puts in what others leave out.
Han Ong speaks to the endlessly quotable Suzan-Lori Parks about her playwriting experiences. She’ll be doing a reading at the University of Puget Sound on the 22nd.