In this study, I will examine the racial representation in Diana Son’s plays, Stop Kiss and Satellite. Stop Kiss has been considered as a so called post-racial drama by both mainstream theatre and Asian American theatre, as it seems to lack the typical racial agenda. This study’s first aim is to show that the post-racial representation of Stop Kiss still has the political effects. And that Satellites undermines the myth of the post-racial era with lots of racial issues—interracial marriage, inter-racial discrimination, intra-racial tension. Secondly, I will delve into the politics of Diana son’s representation of interracial couples in both plays. In Stop Kiss, there is an interracial lesbian couple, a Korean American woman and a Caucasian woman. Satellites also has an interracial family, a Korean American wife, Afro-American husband and their mixed baby. I will show that these interracial couples break away from the stereotypical interracial couple’s image; an Asian woman and a Caucasian man couple. And that these interracial couples can be read as a metaphor for the change and the future of racial identity in America.