A Public Reading Produced by Ma-Yi Theater
By Sung Rno
Directed by Andrew Pang
Starring Paul Juhn, Stephen Park, David Shih, and Shannon Tyo
November 16th at 7 PM (doors 6:30)
Fred & Adele Astaire Ballroom

Two filmmakers find themselves in LA after winning a short film contest. Trapped in a seedy K-town hotel, they struggle to come up with a story pitch. Then a mysterious woman arrives—can she open doors or is she an agent of historical vengeance? A meta dark comedy.

The Reading will take place at Houghton Hall in the Fred and Adele Astaire Ballroom located at 22 East 30th St, New York, NY 10016.

We highly encourage masking during this reading. Face masks, as well as other PPE supplies, will be provided onsite.

This reading is generously supported by The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and Salman and Vienn Al-Rashid. 



Fred and Adele Astaire Ballroom Houghton Hall 22 East 30th Street New York, NY 10016

About the Playwright

Sung Rno |

Sung Rno’s plays include wAve, Yi Sang Counts to Thirteen, Cleveland Raining, Gravity Falls From Trees, Drizzle and Other Stories, Happy, Galois (musical, with composer Aaron Jones) and Sophocles in Staten Island (co-created with Michi Barall & Ron Domingo). As NEA/TCG fellow with Ma-Yi Theater, founded Ma-Yi Writers’ Lab; NYC Fringe Best Play award; Helen Merrill Playwriting Fellowship; O’Neill NPC finalist with Boxer Rebellion. Recently, story editor for Butterfly (working title) in development with Daniel Dae Kim’s 3AD, Boom!, Amazon. BA, Harvard; MFA, Brown; New Dramatists Alum. 

About the Director

Andrew Pang |

 Andy’s directing credits include The Dumb Waiter and A Dream Play for  the National Asian American Theater Company as well as his 4 short films,  Works of Art (Winner Best Short – San Diego Asian Film Festival), three  minutes, Swing (Winner YOMYOMF) and Shadow. 

In addition, he has worked in New York as an actor for almost 30 years as  well as being involved in many Film/Television projects over the last 15  years as an Editor/Assistant Editor.

Design Team

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