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Kung Fu - Off-Broadway

Signature Theatre Company presents David Henry Hwang's portrait of Bruce Lee.

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David Henry Hwang's Kung Fu Fights its Way to Another Extension Off-Broadway

David Henry Hwang's Kung Fu Fights its Way to Another Extension Off-Broadway

David Henry Hwang's Kung Fu, starring Cole Horibe as Bruce Lee, lives to fight another day. Or rather week. The production has once again extended its run at off-Broadway’s Pershing Square Signature Center and will now play through April 6 at the Irene Diamond Stage.

Directed by Leigh Silverman, Kung Fu tells the story of international icon Bruce ...

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Cole Horibe & the High-Kicking Cast of Kung Fu Pay Homage to Bruce Lee on Opening Night

Cole Horibe & the High-Kicking Cast of Kung Fu Pay Homage to Bruce Lee on Opening Night

So You Think You Can Dance standout Cole Horibe officially became an off-Broadway star on February 24, when the new bio-play Kung Fu opened at the Pershing Square Signature Center. Directed by Leigh Silverman, David Henry Hwang’s world premiere work tells the story of martial arts legend Bruce Lee's early years, struggling to make it in America as ...

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Enter the Dragon! Bruce Lee Bio-Play Kung Fu Opens Off-Broadway

Enter the Dragon! Bruce Lee Bio-Play Kung Fu Opens Off-Broadway

The world premiere of David Henry Hwang's Kung Fu officially opens at off-Broadway’s Pershing Square Signature Center February 24. Starring Cole Horibe as Bruce Lee, the show will play a limited engagement through March 30 at the Irene Diamond Stage.

Directed by Leigh Silverman, Kung Fu tells the story of international icon Bruce Lee’s journey from troubled ...

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Kung Fu’s Phoebe Strole on Redefining Bruce Lee’s Legacy Through Dance

Kung Fu’s Phoebe Strole on Redefining Bruce Lee’s Legacy Through Dance

Phoebe Strole, one of the stars of David Hwang’s Kung Fu, explains how the play forces audiences to see Bruce Lee as a human being and not just a martial artist.

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Cole Horibe on Staying Single, Dancing In Rhinestone Underwear & Paying Tribute to Bruce Lee in Kung Fu

Cole Horibe on Staying Single, Dancing In Rhinestone Underwear & Paying Tribute to Bruce Lee in Kung Fu

Age: 28

Hometown: Honolulu, HI

Current Role: A karate-kicking off-Broadway debut as a young, ambitious Bruce Lee in the world premiere of Kung Fua tribute to the martial arts legend.

Stage and Screen Cred: Season nine of TV’s So You Think You Can Dance, known for his unique “martial arts fusion” style.

I haven’t dated anyone in ...

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Everybody Was Kung Fu Fighting! New David Henry Hwang Play Begins Performances

Everybody Was Kung Fu Fighting! New David Henry Hwang Play Begins Performances

The world premiere of David Henry Hwang's Kung Fu begins performances at off-Broadway’s Pershing Square Signature Center February 4. Starring Cole Horibe as Bruce Lee, the show will play a limited engagement through March 30 at the Irene Diamond Stage. Opening night is set for Febuary 24.

Directed by Leigh Silverman, Kung Fu tells the story of international ...

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In It to Win It! David Henry Hwang's Kung Fu Extends Before Opening at Pershing Square Signature Center

In It to Win It! David Henry Hwang's Kung Fu Extends Before Opening at Pershing Square Signature Center

You'll really be kicking yourself if you miss this! The world premiere of David Henry Hwang's Kung Fu is prolonging the fight at off-Broadway’s Pershing Square Signature Center, and the production has been extended for an additional two weeks. Initially slated to run through March 16, Kung Fu, starring Cole Horibe as Bruce Lee, will now play ...

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Glee’s Phoebe Strole & More Join the Cast of David Henry Hwang’s Martial Arts Extravaganza Kung Fu

Glee’s Phoebe Strole & More Join the Cast of David Henry Hwang’s Martial Arts Extravaganza Kung Fu

Bruce Lee has found his combat partners! Spring Awakening and Glee favorite Phoebe Strole, Hands on a Hardbody alum Jon Rua and more will star in David Henry Hwang’s Kung Fu, a new world premiere drama about the life of the iconic martial artist. The stars join previously announced So You Think You Can Dance favorite Cole Horibe as ...

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Tickets Now On Sale For David Henry Hwang’s Kung Fu, Starring Cole Horibe as Bruce Lee

Tickets Now On Sale For David Henry Hwang’s Kung Fu, Starring Cole Horibe as Bruce Lee

Hi-yah! Tickets are now on sale for the world premiere of David Henry Hwang’s new play Kung Fu, starring So You Think You Can Dance favorite Cole Horibe as legendary martial arts star Bruce Lee. Directed by Leigh Silverman, performances begin February 4, 2014, with an official opening night set for February 24 at the Irene Diamond Stage at ...

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David Henry Hwang, Annie Baker & Rajiv Joseph Honored at 2013 Steinberg Playwright Awards

David Henry Hwang, Annie Baker & Rajiv Joseph Honored at 2013 Steinberg Playwright Awards

Tony winner David Henry Hwang, whose new play Kung Fu will have its world premiere at Signature Theatre in February 2014, Annie Baker (The Flick, Circle Mirror Transformation) and Rajiv Joseph (Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo) were honored at the 2013 Steinberg Playwright Awards on November 18 at Lincoln Center Theater. The awards, which were established in 2008 by ...

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