Dark Parenthood Comedy Bright Ideas from Urban Samurai Productions
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The last date listed for Bright Ideas was Sunday May 23, 2010 / 2:00pm.
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Sun Mee Chomet was six months old when her Korean family gave her up for adoption to an American family. How to Be a Korean Woman chronicles the acclaimed local actor, dancer and playwright's return to Seoul to meet her birth family and discover who she really is. Combining storytelling, music and movement, this hilarious, heartfelt and uniquely personal solo show explores themes of family, love, adulthood, motherhood and the universal longing to know one's past. Following a recent sold-out run at the Guthrie Theater, Chomet now brings How to Be a Korean Woman to Sabes Jewish Community Center for one show only. Learn More
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“Hits home with ribtickling acuity” —The New York Times
How far would you go for your child? For Genevra and Joshua Bradley, the question is no longer hypothetical. Their three-year-old son, Mac, is next on the waiting list to get into the Bright Ideas Early Childhood Development Academy—and everyone knows once you’re in there, your life will unfold with glorious ease. Josh and Gen have had to scramble all their lives to get this far…and now they are one killer dinner party away from the ultimate success as parents: The Right Pre-School. You may never look at pre-school—or pesto—the same way again as this timely dark comedy explores the impact that our hyper-competitive cutthroat culture has on the modern family.