I LOVE WHITE MEN, the one-woman show about an Asian woman's obsession with white men, is back! Following our two sold-out shows at Ars Nova and Dixon Place in 2019, I LOVE WHITE MEN will play for a limited weekend at Caveat NYC from January 24 - 26. 


Caveat NYC

January 24 - 26, 2020

21 A Clinton Street, Manhattan

If you've come to one of our shows before, you are entitled to an exclusive promo code! Contact me or the ILWM Facebook page for details! 


Ask a Director Feature

I was featured on the wonderful grassroots initiative Ask a Director blog! I talk about how I got into theatre, why we should be championing new work and I LOVE WHITE MEN!


You can check out the interview here.

"What kind of theatre excites you? 

Realism! New work! I personally think we as an industry need to stop investing so much of our resources - financial, physical - into reimagining the same old classics with the same old characters. We need to divert those resources to support the playwrights of today, writing stories about who we are. The canon is biased and unrepresentative of the fullness of humanity and we need to take steps in adding to it."


"Yeong & Gifted" Feature Interview

In June, I sat down and talked to Zach Ezer about my work, my process and the two shows I directed, Annie Aspen's Musical Spectacular and I LOVE WHITE MEN that went up at Ars Nova's ANT Fest this year! He turned that into a cool article you should check out right -> here!

"We’re introducing this country, this culture, that a lot of white people only heard of a year ago because of Crazy Rich Asians. It feels like a very tall order.”


Lincoln Center Theatre Directors Lab

For the month of August, I will be one of 70 directors in this year's Director's Lab run by Lincoln Center. The lab runs from August 5-24th.

The LCT Directors Lab is a developmental program for nurturing stage directors from around the country and around the world.  Approximately 70 directors participate each year. It is a series of workshops, shared sessions, rehearsals, investigations, and discussions with master artists that provide the emerging directors with an intensive investigation of their craft while fostering collaborative relationships among a peer community of artists. Last year the Lab accepted 68 directors from 22 countries and 13 US states.


Shakespeare in Love @ Opera House Arts

I will be sound designing Tom Stoppard and Mac Norman's stage adaptation of the popular film, Shakespeare in Love, at Opera House Arts, Stonington, ME. Shakespeare in Love is directed by Julia Sears and will run at the Stonington Opera House from July 18-28.

"I will have poetry in my life. And adventure. And love. Love above all.

Young Will Shakespeare has writer's block: the deadline for his new play is fast approaching but he's in desperate need of inspiration. That is, until he finds his muse–Viola. This fierce young woman is Will’s greatest admirer and will stop at nothing to appear in his next play. Against a bustling background of mistaken identity, ruthless scheming, and backstage theatrics, Will’s love for Viola quickly blossoms and inspires him to write his greatest masterpiece."

Shakespeare in Love

Opera House Arts' 20th Anniversary Season

July 18-28

Stonington Opera House, ME