BLACK AND WHITE TEA ROOM

By Cha Hyun Suk
Directed by Cha Hyun Suk
April 6 – April 10
April 6-10; Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat @ 8 PM, Sun @ 3 PM

THEATER FOR THE NEW CITY
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, CRYSTAL FIELD
PRESENTS

BLACK AND WHITE TEA ROOM

Written and Directed by Cha Hyun Suk

DATES:  April 6, 7, 2022 – Korean Cast with English Subtitles. Performed by Kim Myong Gon and Yoon Sang Ho
               April 8, 9, 10, 2022 – US Cast performed by Tristan Schaffer-Goldman and Amber Mitchell
              Wednesday to Saturday at 8 PM, Sunday at 3 PM
RUNTIME: 1 hour
TICKETS:  $18
JOHNSON THEATER

Black and White Tea Room is the representative work of the Hooam Theater in Korea, which has received several awards along with rave reviews from the press. The production has been performed in cities all over the world such as Tokyo, Kyoto, London, Istanbul, and they were invited to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for 4 consecutive years.

The play centers on a former police officer who works as a life counselor in an old tea room he took over from his late wife, and an unsettled guest seeking the counselor’s help. Through their session the two characters’ darkly intertwined pasts come to light, their pain, anger and grief are explored, and in the end, no one can predict who, if anyone, will walk away.

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