Banana Boys

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Playwrights Canada Press, Sep 1, 2007 - Drama - 93 pages
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A smart, contemporary, and wickedly funny play about five young Asian-Canadian men, "Bananas" (read: yellow on the outside, white on the inside), wrestling with issues of race, identity, and the death of a friend. Not quite Chinese and not really Canadian, they stumble through stories, situations, incidents, and interactions that are seemingly mundane, but upon closer examination, ultimately explore the nature of identity.

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Not sure of the date. The interplay between the various characters was written with a total absence of fear. Written years before Russel Peters' trash-talking comedy pushed back at an aversion to ... Read full review

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