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“Office Hour” at South Coast Repertory

In the opening moment of Julia Cho’s new play Office Hour, three university English teachers sitting at a table discuss a problematic student. His name is Dennis and he is asocial. 554 more words

Review: Berkeley Rep's 'Aubergine' is nourishing, delicious

Not long after my paternal grandfather passed away in 1986, my father told me a story of the last bag of fruit his dad ever purchased. 828 more words


This afternoon, I caught the matinee production of “Aubergine” at the Berkeley Reperatory Theatre in Berkeley, California.


It’s a play by Julia Cho and all I knew about it going in was that it was about food and family.   377 more words

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Aubergine at Berkeley Rep

Sometimes we learn more about a parent after they die. Sometimes that learning leads to new discoveries about ourselves, and our parents fulfill their teacher role post mortem. 493 more words


Actress Julia Cho on Asian-American Representation, Diversity and Self-Care

Consider skipping Aloha, Cameron Crowe’s latest film–someone made the dreadful decision to cast Emma Stone as an Asian character, despite a multitude of talented Asian-American actresses. 215 more words


#ReadingForParity: "BFE" by Julia Cho

Although I’ve fallen behind with my other blogging projects, I recently was inspired by another blogger to write about some contemporary plays by women. … 401 more words

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