Henry Ong

Award Winning Playwright'


Included in this Website are playwright Henry Ong’s plays, previously produced, as well as works that are in development (see PLAYS).


Monday, May 8, 2017 at 8 PM

BLADE OF JEALOUSLY at The Road Theatre

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The Blade of Jealousy

The Blade of Jealousy

Synopsis: Melchor falls in love with a mysterious, completely-veiled lady outside a cathedral. Magdalena, the veiled lady, is similarly smitten by him. Later, Melchor fulfils a prior obligation to rendezvous with an Internet connection. She turns out to be none other than Magdalena herself. Melchor, however, not realizing that Magdalena and the veiled lady are one and the same person, is less than impressed with her this time. Magdalena who, of course, recognizes Melchor immediately as the dashing suitor from the cathedral, becomes consumed...

Henry Ong, The Shyest Man in the Theater, Any Theater

@ This Stage Artist Profile: Henry Ong

Nina Balatka

Nina Balatka

June 2016 Press Release (PDF)   “Nina Balatka” tells the story of a poor Christian maiden of Prague who must give up her love of a Jewish businessman or face the ire of her family and society. Anthony Trollope (1815-1882), a contemporary of Charles Dickens, is beloved for his subtle delineation of human character and middle class mores. He penned 47 novels, three times as many as Dickens. His best-known works include Barchester Towers, one of several in the Chronicles of Barsetshire series, He Knew...

Playwright Henry Ong Set for Trollope Society’s GREAT BARSET BALLOONATHON, 2/7

Playwright Henry Ong Set for Trollope Society’s GREAT BARSET BALLOONATHON, 2/7

Original Article on BroadwayWorld.com U.S. playwright Henry Ong, author of a stage adaptation of Anthony Trollope‘s 19th century novel, Rachel Ray, has been selected to participate in The Trollope Society (UK)’s Great Barset Balloonathon. On February 7, the Trollope Society will release 200 red helium balloons (bearing an Anthony Trollope logo) in London at noon to kick off a series of activities that will celebrate the 200th anniversary of Victorian novelist Anthony Trollope‘s birthday. Additional balloons will be released around the world at places...