Kyoung Update: New York, New Delhi, Suwon

Dear friends,

Mark your calendars! Kyoung is globe-trotting and wants to see you in the theater.

New York: Public reading of my new play “disOriented.”

disOriented” tells the story of three generations of a Korean family dealing with the sudden death of a family member. The play’s part of the Ma-Yi Theatre’s LABFest 2008, the largest collection of new plays by Asian American authors in one stand, anywhere, ever. Please come see it–I’ll be there for it!

When: April 25th, 7 PM.
Where: Dorothy Strelsin Theatre in the Abingdon Theatre Complex, 312 West 36th Street at 8th Avenue
Director: Carlos Armesto
Cast: TBA

RSVP (highly recommended!) and more info here:

New Delhi: I’ve received an Artist Fellowship at the Global Arts Village in New Delhi! I’ll be in India between July-August 2008 writing my next play.

Suwon: I’m directing a student production of Charles Mee’s “Big Love” for Kyung Hee University’s School of English Language and Literature. A workshop production is scheduled for late June and a full-production on September 2008 at the Kyung Hee Global campus.

Make art (not war),


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