How do we discover what home means when we feel like we never fully fit in anywhere?
Eager to leave behind her suburban US life, Amy moves abroad to explore the world. But when sudden events force her to return, she navigates a more personal terrain, compelling her to reflect on her identities as an American, transracial adoptee, and woman of color, as she seeks to define what home really is.
“Ginther adeptly embraces her characters with heartfelt conviction, shifting the audience from empathy-laden sadness to laughter with ease.” – The Korea Herald
Amy Mihyang Ginther (Writer/Performer) has lived, taught, and performed all over the world. She has designed accents for Aurora Theatre, Jewel Theatre, National Youth Theatre, and the Welcoming Ceremonies for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. Amy has been featured on Tedx, Maeve in America, Sporkful, New York Times Magazine, Reuters, Al Jazeera, The Wall Street Journal, KoreAm, and The Toast. She is a professor at UCSC.
Lisa Marie Rollins (Director/Dramaturg) is a writer and director. She is directing the west coast premiere of Tearrance Chisholm’s HOODED: Being Black for Dummies in 2018 at Custom Made Theater. She is a Directors Lab West member and a Sundance Institute Theatre Lab Fellow. Regional directing and dramaturg work: Crowded Fire Theater, Playwright Foundation, TheatreFirst, Playground at Berkeley Rep, Shotgun Players. She is currently a Resident Artist with Crowded Fire Theater and Artist-in-Residence at BRAVA Theater for Women in San Francisco.