Tea

Critics

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Reviews: 2

Audience

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Reviews: 0

Hero Theatre presents a revival of Tea, Velina Hasu Houston’s powerful, lyrical exploration of the immigrant experience that has become a modern classic. Five Japanese women learn to adjust to a new life in rural Kansas alongside their American GI husbands after World War II in this deeply moving, humorous and surprising play that explores a little-known chapter in American history. April 21 through May 15; Rosenthal Theater @ Inner-City Arts, 720 Kohler St., Los Angeles, CA 90021; (323) 206-6415; www.herotheatre.org

Reviews

The five actresses in this production were so entertaining. The scenic designer Carlo Maghirang created an exciting atmosphere. It made it feel like a real ghost story. 8 out of 10 - A Good Show!

sweet - Patrick Chavis - LA Theatre Bites - ...read full review


The Hero Theatre is deserving of praise as well for selecting to stage Tea as this country continues to struggle with the radioactive remnants of Trumpism.

sweet - Ernest Kearney, The TVolution - ...read full review


The five actresses in this production were so entertaining. The scenic designer Carlo Maghirang created an exciting atmosphere. It made it feel like a real ghost story. 8 out of 10 - A Good Show!

sweet - Patrick Chavis - LA Theatre Bites - ...read full review


The Hero Theatre is deserving of praise as well for selecting to stage Tea as this country continues to struggle with the radioactive remnants of Trumpism.

sweet - Ernest Kearney, The TVolution - ...read full review