Playwright Julia Cho Processed Personal Loss with Berkeley Rep's "Aubergine"

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 (kevinberne.com)

Korean-American playwright Julia Cho doesn't speak the language of her grandparents. "But I eat their food," she says. Food, family ties, and culture are the center of Cho's "Aubergine," which is premiering this week at Berkeley Rep. Cho joins us in the studio to talk about the play and how writing it helped her cope with the death of her father and a close friend. "Aubergine"

Guests:

Julia Cho, playwright; author of "Aubergine," "The Piano Teacher" and "The Language Archive"

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