Story writer, Associate producer
A young man stands before his mirror. The night belongs to him. Attired in a new shirt, he appraises his appearance, leaves his apartment, and waits in a dimly lit alleyway for his johns. One night he meets a young female prostitute who’s new in this part of town. They flirt and wander the streets, toy with the idea of renting their bodies out to each other, and name themselves after flowers: he calls himself Tuberose and she, Narcissus.
This play was adapted from Hao Zhou’s 2014 feature film, The Night.
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