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.
10 pages matching RICK's in this book
Results 1-3 of 10
What people are saying - Write a review
Review: Banana BoysUser Review - Adela Bezemer-Cleverley - Goodreads
I had to read this play for a 1900 (an in-out) course at York called Intercultural Theatre and Performance in Toronto. And it was really confusing. But also REALLY intriguing and fascinating and such ... Read full review
Review: Banana BoysUser Review - Goodreads
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 ...