How to Be a Korean Woman is a hilarious, heartfelt and personal telling of Korean-American adoptee Sun Mee Chomet's search for her birth family in Seoul, South Korea. This poignant one-woman show -- told from the perspective of an adult adoptee -- uses text, music and movement to explore themes of family, love, adulthood and the universal longing to know one's past.
Purchase your ticket on your own. Admission is general seating--we can gather as a group in the lobby of the theater and sit as a group if we wish.
More from the Guthrie website: On the heels of Chomet's two sold-out Twin Cities engagements, the Guthrie is thrilled to welcome her groundbreaking production to the Dowling Studio for just four performances. Secure your tickets today! Seating in the Dowling Studio is general admission and begins 30 minutes before curtain.
Written and performed by Sun Mee Chomet (The Burial at Thebes, The Intelligent Homosexual..., The Two Gentlemen of Verona)
Directed and dramaturged by Zaraawar Mistry