"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.



The Huntington