Tibet Through the Red Box (play)

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Tibet Through the Red Box
Written by David Henry Hwang
Characters The Boy Spirit
Jingle-Bell Boy
Date premiered January 30, 2004
Place premiered Seattle Children's Theatre
Seattle, Washington
Original language English
Subject Family; Culture
Genre Drama
Setting Prague, Tibet, etc.

Tibet Through the Red Box is a 2004 theatrical adaptation of author Peter Sis' children's book[1] by American playwright David Henry Hwang. It tells of a boy growing up in Prague into the 1950s. It was commissioned by the Seattle Children's Theatre, where it opened on January 30, 2004. It was directed by Francesca Zambello.

The script is published by Playscripts, Inc..[2]


  1. ^ "Tibet Through the Red Box". Publisher's Weekly. 2 November 1998. 
  2. ^ Hwang, David Henry. "Tibet Through the Red Box". Drama for young people. Playscripts.