Satellites / Diana Son.

'Satellites' employs conventional realism to probe the intersections of race and class. An interracial family composed of an African American husband, Korean American wife, and their baby, has just moved into a previously predominantly black inner-city neighbourhood. The personal dynamics...

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Online Access: Full Text (via Drama Online)
Main Author: Son, Diana (Author)
Other title:Methuen Drama book of post-black plays.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: London : Bloomsbury, [2013]
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Summary:'Satellites' employs conventional realism to probe the intersections of race and class. An interracial family composed of an African American husband, Korean American wife, and their baby, has just moved into a previously predominantly black inner-city neighbourhood. The personal dynamics of family and childbearing have decidedly political ramifications as the parents confront issues of gentrification, mixed-race identity, and language difference. 'Satellites' was first produced by The Public Theater of New York City, in June 2006.
Item Description:Previously issued in print: in The Methuen Drama book of post-black plays. London: Methuen Drama, 2012.
Physical Description:1 online resource.
DOI:10.5040/9781472503800.00000039