BY LLOYD SUH
DIRECTED BY JENNIFER CHANG
WEST COAST PREMIERE
MAR 8–APR 14, 2024
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Following a critically acclaimed debut in New York, Pulitzer Prize finalist Lloyd Suh brings The Far Country back to its roots in a triumphant West Coast premiere. In the wake of the Chinese Exclusion Act, Moon Gyet has arrived at San Francisco Bay’s Angel Island Immigration Station with an invented biography and a new name, both given to him by a man who made the same arduous crossing several years earlier. But passage to San Francisco — and the dream of a better life for future generations — commands a very high price. Spanning two countries and three generations, Lloyd Suh’s breathtaking account of immigration, identity, and memory has been called “Artful…an act, loving and sorrowful, of reclamation” by The New York Times.
See and hear
Closed captioning on your smartphone is available for the following performances: Mar 10 preview, Mar 20, and every matinee. See all closed captioning performances. Learn more about our accessibility programs.
Events and extras
Mar 15 at 6:45pm with performance by Del Sol Quartet and The Last Hoisan Poets in the Narsai David Courtyard.
Mar 22 at 7pm with performance by Bay Area Independent Chinese Dancers and 2K Ave in Michael’s Second Act bar.
AAPI Heritage Night
Mar 29 at 6:45pm with special performances and light bites in the Narsai David Courtyard.
Postshow Community Dialogue
Join us after the show on Apr 3 for a conversation with Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation and other panelists in Michael’s Second Act bar.
Docent-led postshow discussions
Join your fellow audience members after all matinees for a thought-provoking postshow discussion led by our knowledgeable docents.
Health and safety
Masks are required for audiences in our theatre on all Sundays (matinees and evenings) and Tuesdays. Masks are encouraged but optional for performances from Wednesday through Saturday. Visit our health and safety page for updates on our requirements for audience members.