Kyoung Update: New York

Hello everyone!

As you may or may not know, I am in New York City, back from Korea, doing research for my Master’s thesis. I’m interviewing friends and family of 9/11 victims and working with not-for-profits based in New York and Washington DC. I am in town until the end of February and it is my awesome delight to invite you to come see a play of mine!

ETERNAL LOVE AND KOREAN FURY is a short comedy set in Korea, and it is part of EST’s Youngblood’s monthly brunch. We have four cool new short plays, two songs, brunch and an open bar, all coming together on February 4th (next Sunday) at the Ensemble Studio Theatre. Doors open at 12:30 PM.

ETERNAL LOVE AND KOREAN FURY is directed by my partner in crime, Catherine Miller Hardy (dir. of my play, SEX AND HUNGER) and features “Spelling Bee’s” Deborah S. Craig and Ron Moreno (SEX AND HUNGER).

For more details, read below. I hope you can make it! This is the best 15 bucks you will ever spend at a theatre!!!


Kyoung Park

SUNDAY, February 4 – 1pm (doors at 12:30)

Youngblood’s Sunday Brunch celebrates Valentine’s Day in our own,
special way with:


Four brand new short plays by
Kyoung H. PARK
Kevin Christopher SNIPES

and special musical performances from:
Sam FORMAN & Eli BOLIN – and – Matt SCHATZ!

Plus a brunch buffet of pancakes, scrambled eggs, and the all-important bacon. This season, we are proud to introduce our fiscally irresponsible, morally reprehensible OPEN BAR

$15 includes the show, breakfast, and open bar!

Reservations ESSENTIAL:
(212) 247-4982 (x20)

Doors open at 12:30pm, make sure you get there early because once the bacon is gone, it’s gone, folks. There’s no bringing the bacon back.

Ensemble Studio Theatre – 2nd Floor Theatre
549 West 52nd Street

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