Signature Theatre Company's revival of David Henry Hwang’s Golden Child opens off-Broadway on November 13 at the Pershing Square Signature Center. Extended twice already, the play is set to run through December 16 at the Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre.
Leigh Silverman directs the play, which tells the story of a Chinese businessman who returns home after three years abroad. As the world around him changes, he must face the painful struggle his polygamous family undergoes in the face of modernity. The original Broadway run of Golden Child earned a 1998 Tony Award nomination for Best Play.
Golden Child stars Greg Watanabe as Grandson/Eng Tieng-Bin, Jennifer Lim as Eng Luan, Second Wife, Tony nominee Julyana Soelistyo as Eng Siu-Young, First Wife, Matthew Maher as Reverend Baines, Lesley Hu as Eng Eling, Third Wife, Annie Q as Eng Ahn, Tina Chilip as Servant/Ghost and Nadia Gan as Servant/Ghost.
The production features scenic design by Neil Patel, costume design by Anita Yavich, lighting design by Matt Frey, sound design by Darron L. West and projection design by Darrel Maloney.