‘We could stop here. We could stay here. It’s not so bad, is it?”
Kim’s day keeps getting worse and she begins to wonder: who’s writing this story? She makes a break for it, busting through a hundred years of bloody narratives that all end the same way.
Can she find a way out of this cycle before it’s too late?
Plays include UNTITLED F*CK M*SS S**GON PLAY (O’Neill National Playwrights Conference), TOKYO FISH STORY (South Coast Rep, TheatreWorks/SV, Old Globe Theater), BROWNSVILLE TRAY (B-SIDE FOR TRAY)(Humana Festival, LCT3/Lincoln Center, Long Wharf Theatre, Philadelphia Theatre Company, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Moxie Theatre, Shotgun Players), and DIFFERENT WORDS FOR THE SAME THING directed by Neel Keller (Center Theatre Group/Kirk Douglas Theatre). She has also developed work with Lark Play Development Center, The Ground Floor/Berkeley Rep, Page 73, Hedgebrook, Ojai Playwrights Conference, Seven Devils Playwrights Conference, Bay Area Playwrights Festival, Great Plains Theatre Conference, Manhattan Theatre Club, Southern Rep, ACT Theatre/Seattle, TheatreWorks/Silicon Valley, Premiere Stages, and Magic Theatre. Lark Playwrights Workshop Fellow, Dramatists Guild Fellow, member of Ma-Yi Writers Lab, recipient of the Ruby Prize, PoNY Fellowship, Hartford Stage New Voices Fellowship, BAU Institute Arts Residency, TheatreWorks/SV Leading Ladies Award, Kilroys List, Audelco Nominee, inaugural PoNY/Bush Theatre Playwright Residency in London. MFA: UT Austin.
untitled f*ck m*ss s**gon play won the inaugural Bruntwood Prize International Award in 2019