Vietgone (Regional, Geva Theatre, 2020) | Playbill



SYNOPSIS: The waning days of the Vietnam War, refugees leaving their lives behind—it’s the stuff of sobering news stories, right? Not always. In this brash new comedy, three young Vietnamese immigrants make their way through the bewildering landscape of 1970s America, a land filled with incomprehensible language, awkward customs, and a canvas as big as a Hollywood movie. At turns hilarious, profane, exuberant, and unexpectedly touching, Vietgone uses audacious dialogue, pop culture and an action-packed road trip to breathe life into the stories of these strangers in a strange land.

Directed by Pirronne Yousefzadeh

Show Times: Tuesday- Thursday @7:30pm (6pm on Tuesday, May 12), Friday @8pm, Saturday @3pm and 8pm (2pm and 8pm on Saturday, May 9), Sunday @2pm and 7pm. No evening performance Sunday, May 31. Aded matinee performance Wednesday, May 27 @2pm.

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