As the Crow Flies (play)
As the Crow Flies is a 1986 play by American playwright David Henry Hwang. The play depicts an African-American maid living in a Chinese home in Los Angeles and her double life. The play premiered at the Los Angeles Theatre Center on February 16, 1986 on a double bill with Hwang's The Sound of a Voice. It was directed by Reza Abdoh and featured Nobu McCarthy in the cast.
It is published as part of Between Worlds: Contemporary Asian-American Plays by Theatre Communications Group.
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