2019 is about Dramaturgy

This year, I intentionally decided to put a pause on big playwriting projects in order to recharge and work on other aspects of theater. Like dramaturgy!  I am working on two projects:

Black Sheep by Heidi Park


It has been a pleasure serving as a dramaturg for my friend Heidi’s play!

Synopsis: Ever since you were a child, have you felt like you were the black sheep of the family? Heidi has. As the only person of color in her white adoptive family, we follow Heidi through her unlikely success at the Minnesota State Fair and her heartbreaking journey in Korea to recover her roots.

Tickets available at https://18thandunion.org/black-sheep

Everyone is welcome at our space. Our lobby space has no steps, and there’s one small step down into our theatre space, for which we have a ramp. We’re sorry to say that our bathrooms aren’t wheelchair-accessible. If possible, please use our contact form to let our staff know if you need any accessibility accommodations so we can do our best to make your time in our space as comfortable as we can.


Dramaturg-ing for Kim’s Convenience!

Screenshot 2019-04-10 17.37.40.pngRUN DATES: May 15 – June 22
AGE REC: 14+
PRICE: $27-50, dependent on day and time; fees may apply
NEW ROOTS NIGHT ON 5/24: A theatre-going group for ages 23-37

Playing at Taproot Theatre

Enter Kim’s Convenience store and meet the Kims, a loving, if imperfect, Korean family making their way in Toronto. As they face an uncertain future Appa (dad), Umma (mom), their unmarried daughter Janet and disappointing son Jung learn to see each other in a new light. This hilarious and heartwarming story reminds us that family isn’t always convenient, but it might be the best deal out there.

Tix: http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/kims-convenience/


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