You For Me For You

  • You For Me For You

    A New England Premiere by Mia Chung
    Directed by M. Bevin O’Gara

    Presented by Company One
    1/18/2013 - 2/16/2013 

"You for Me for You isn’t really about North Korea. It’s about you and me."-The Boston Globe
“One of the most imaginative young writers of her generation.” - Howard Shalwitz, Woolly Mammoth
“ENDLESSLY CREATIVE!”- The Washingtonian

Two sisters strike a dangerous bargain to flee their homeland. It costs more than money to make the passage, but The Crossing always does. When faced with a world of new shoes, intelligent phones, and forty-two ways to treat your cough, can a sister’s promise bridge the gaps of time and space? Playwright Mia Chung conjures an imaginative, and unexpectedly funny journey about defecting from North Korea to America, and back again.

 

 


Video

Articles

  • The Cost Of Defection

    How much is a North Korean life worth? What is the cost of a living, breathing North Korean? If the reports and studies of the most isolated and secre- tive country in the world are to be believed: not much.

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  • A Note From The Playwright

    A program note from playwright Mia Chung.

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  • An Interview with Playwright Mia Chung

    Playwright Mia Chung chatted with the production's Dramaturg, Tyler Monroe, about the developmental path of the script, questions of existence, and what it means to tell this story now.

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Artists

  • Mia ChungPlaywright
  • M. Bevin O'GaraDirector
  • Jordan ClarkJunhee
  • Giselle TyMinjee
  • Michael TowSmuggler
  • Anna WaldronTiffany
  • Johnnie McQuarleyThe Man From The South
  • Jon SavageScenic Design
  • Brendan DoyleSound Design
  • Annie WiegandLighting Design
  • Adrienne CarlileCostume Design
  • Alex GroverProperties Design

Prices & Seating

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All Performances $20-38
Student Rush $15*

*Student Rush tickets are available in person at the Box Office window 1 hour before curtain. Valid for Full Time students Age 25 or under with valid ID. Cash only.

 


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