Why See You Mean To Do Me Harm?
Directed by Bill English
From an innocent dinner party to cold-war style interrogations, Christopher Chen's newest play examines Chinese and Foreign relations and the psychological impact that (mis)communication can have on our closest relationships.
Whip-smart with a fantastical twist, this story of two interracial couples returns to the Playhouse to open the 2018/19 season after its successful run as part of the Sandbox series in 2017.
Opening night: 18 September 2018
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