Tea - Acting Edition

Tea - Acting Edition Velina Hasu Houston
  • Title: Tea - Acting Edition
  • Author: Velina Hasu Houston
  • ISBN: 9780822221036
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tea - Acting Edition Velina Hasu Houston Tea Acting Edition A L A Theatre Works full cast performance featuring Shuko Akune June Angela Takayo Fischer Lily Mariye Diana Tanaka
    A L.A Theatre Works full cast performance featuring Shuko Akune, June Angela, Takayo Fischer, Lily Mariye, Diana Tanaka
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    1. I wasn t sure what to expect when I began reading this play, but I really really enjoyed reading this It resonated with me on so many different levels, and I breezed through this read Would recommend 5 5.

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    2. I wouldn t recommend a book on racial politics written by a crazy racist online troll I remember one time at an online forum where I politely told that her comment on Japan was not welcome because it felt like an unfair assessment of my country and was pretty offensive She decided to label me as anti black and got her friends to taunt me for being racist I asked them how was I being anti black and explained how that is ridiculous because I ve never judged people based on race They proceeded to s [...]

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    3. This play is unbelievable.I had to read it for a directing class, and was astonished at how amazing the plot was After World War II, many Japanese woman came to Kansas to be War Brides to marry soldiers from the war.Himiko, who is one of these War Brides , commits suicide in the opening scene, and this sends ripples into the Japanese American community A handful of these Japanese brides gather together to have Tea, to mourn for the loss of Himiko The story unravels into a jaw dropping twist of e [...]

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    4. I wish I knew about the tea ceremony that is central to this play because I feel like I would understand It is explained to a degree but obviously the play can t spend forever on the cultural significances and stay relevant to the bigger picture which is the troubles, travails and travels of these women who no longer belong to Japan but don t really belong to the US either It definitely makes you think.

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    5. Really tired of this academic getting her friends to attack someone who disagreed with her on an internet forum Very childish Please grow up before you engage in an online discussion Thank you.

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    6. this one leaves you kind of breathless

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    7. Read again I suspect I will re read come this fall.

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    8. Captures the alienation of Japanese war brides in Midwest America.

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