|Written by||David Henry Hwang|
|Date premiered||October 18, 1981|
|Place premiered||Joseph Papp Public Theater|
New York City
|Subject||East/West cultural stereotypes; Religion; Family|
|Setting||Los Angeles; early eighties|
Family Devotions is a 1981 play by American playwright David Henry Hwang. Hwang's third play, it depicts the clash of West and East within three generations of an assimilated Chinese-American family living in a Los Angeles suburb. The play premiered on October 18, 1981 Off-Broadway at the Joseph Papp Public Theater. It was directed by Robert Allan Ackerman, with Michael Paul Chan, Jodi Long, Lauren Tom, and Victor Wong. The play was nominated for a Drama Desk Award.
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