How to Be a Korean Woman: Adoptee Returns to Seoul to Find her Birth Family
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Adopted into an American family as a child, Billy's plan to work in Korea sounded great. He'd live in his homeland for the first time in 22 years, eat great food and drink Korean beer. But just a few days before his planned return to the Midwest, he's unexpectedly reunited with his Korean birth brother. Written by and starring Eric Sharp (Yellow Fever, Into the Woods, Ching Chong Chinaman), this Mu Performing Arts production explores the Korean adoptee experience as Billy attempts to reconcile his modern American life with a newfound appreciation for his birth country. Learn More
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