Kyoung Update: Big Love

By kyoung / September 22, 2008 / Comments Off on Kyoung Update: Big Love

Dear friends, I hope you can come see “Big Love,” my newest project at Kyung Hee’s Suwon campus. “Big Love,” by Charles Mee, tells the story of 50 brides that flee their fifty grooms and seek shelter in Italy. The grooms find the brides and force them to marry. Unable to escape, 49 of the […]

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Kyoung Update: Suwon, India

By kyoung / September 15, 2008 / Comments Off on Kyoung Update: Suwon, India

Hello everyone! Greetings from South Korea! I returned to Korea two weeks ago and I’ve had to promptly adjust back to life in Suwon. Things are going very well. I’m currently directing Kyung Hee University’s School of English Language and Culture’s production of Charles Mee’s “Big Love.” It’s the biggest show I’ve ever been involved […]

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Kyoung Update: The Himalayas

By kyoung / August 3, 2008 / Comments Off on Kyoung Update: The Himalayas

Greetings from the Himalayas! You can’t make up a story like this one. I’m going to learn from the Dalai Lama. I arrived to India two weeks ago to write a new play at the Global Arts Village in New Delhi, India. With support of an Artist Fellowship from the Utsav Mandir Foundation, I’m in […]

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Kyoung Update: Suwon

By kyoung / June 4, 2008 / Comments Off on Kyoung Update: Suwon

Hello friends, I’m directing a student production of Charles Mee’s “Big Love” at Kyung Hee University, Suwon campus! We’re having two workshop performances next week, July 9th and 10th at 6 PM at Kyung Hee University/Suwon Campus’ Global Theatre (of the Global Building). Tickets are free, so if you’d like to come see it, please […]

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Kyoung Update: New York

By kyoung / April 23, 2008 / Comments Off on Kyoung Update: New York

Greetings! My week in New York has been a whirlwind but I’m so happy to be here! I would love it if you came to see the reading of my new play, “disOriented,” as it’ll be my last night in NY. I return to Korea Saturday morning, so there’ll be a post-reading party (at a […]

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Kyoung Update: New York, New Delhi, Suwon

By kyoung / April 10, 2008 / Comments Off on 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 […]

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Kyoung Update: North Korea

By kyoung / March 6, 2008 / Comments Off on Kyoung Update: North Korea

Greetings! Two weeks ago, I took a day-trip to North Korea’s Gaesong Industrial complex and finally crossed the DMZ line. I cannot explain how or why we managed to finally enter North Korea, but I can share with you a short article I’ve written (published in the Korea Times) and some pictures I took of […]

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Kyoung Update: London

By kyoung / December 19, 2007 / Comments Off on Kyoung Update: London

Greetings from London! I’ve had an amazing 3 months here in London, participating at the Royal Court Theatre’s Young Writer’s Programme. Usually, I take lots of pictures and email a pretty online photo album to look at, but I’ve spent a ridiculous amount of time cooped up in small rooms writing instead. I wrote a […]

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Kyoung Update: Korea

By kyoung / August 5, 2007 / Comments Off on Kyoung Update: Korea

Hey there! I hope everyone’s doing well. I just wanted to share with you a short op/ed article published in the Korea Times about my experience learning peace in Korea. I finally graduate from my program at the end of the month. I’ll be flying out to London this October to participate at the Royal […]

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Kyoung Update: Vietnam

By kyoung / July 2, 2007 / Comments Off on Kyoung Update: Vietnam

Greetings! Kyung Hee University supported my school to embark on a mission to Hanoi, Vietnam to begin a new chapter of the university’s GCS movement–a global coalition of goodwill and international cooperation for peace. I include pictures from the trip and more information about what I saw and learned below. Enjoy! ************************************************************* Our trip consisted […]

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