Includes original manuscripts, corrected typescripts, etc. for both major and minor works including M. BUTTERFLY, BONDAGE,
and 1000 AIRPLANES ON THE ROOF.
David Henry Hwang is an award-winning playwright whose work often deals with the manipulation or breakdown of stereotypes--particularly
those concerning Asian-Americans--while exploring the frontiers of experimental drama. Hwang, a creative writing major who
studied with Stanford professor John L'Heureux, graduated from the university in 1979. He credits L'Heureux and playwright
Sam Shepard as early influences.
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