See Amy Ginther’s amazing and thought-provoking one-woman play “Homeful”, about a Korean adoptee’s quest to define where home really is, with the opportunity to meet her in person beforehand to discuss the show!
If you purchase your ticket and RSVP email to Mike Mullen by Friday, you can join the Also-Known-As group for dinner (pay your own way) before the performance to meet Amy and learn more about the show, theater and acting, her creative process and methods, or anything else you would like to discuss.
WHO: Open to public; Amy considers the material appropriate for adults and teens.
WHEN: Saturday Oct 20, 8:45pm sharp. Optional dinner 7:00pm (pay your own way).
WHERE: Theatre Row: 410 West 42nd Street. Dinner location tbd, within walking distance of theater.
COST: $45 per ticket (plus any dinner charges) directly from Tele-charge: http://unitedsolo.org/us/homeful-2018-oct-20/
“Homeful” is a new show from American-Korean playwright and actor Amy Mihyang Ginther. It follows Amy across continents and borders, through meetings with new people and her exploration of diverse cultural norms. Amy dissects her identity as American, transracial adopted, and a woman of color, and examines the questions: "Where are you from?" and what is "home?"