Bang Kok is a 1996 play by American playwright David Henry Hwang. The ten-minute piece was commissioned as part of Sean San Jose's Pieces of the Quilt, an evening of plays related to AIDS and people suffering with the disease. Bang Kok concerns two businessmen who share stories of prostitution rings in Thailand climaxing in one of the men confessing to his friend he has contracted AIDS. At one point the story is interrupted by the story of the Thai prostiute who passed on the disease.
Currently, Bang Kok is not published.
- "Pieces of Life with AIDS Linked in Short Plays". San Francisco Chronicle. 2009. Retrieved 2009-06-09.
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