"With this outraged, deeply compassionate play, Ms. Jung is kicking, and expanding our understanding."The New York Times
CRITIC'S PICK! "With this outraged, deeply compassionate play, Ms. Jung is kicking, and expanding our understanding."The New York Times
"Hansol Jung offers a unique brand of storytelling."Theatre in the Now
"[Hansol Jung] is a smart writer [...] who is intuitive about structure, original in vision and powerful in her tapping into the untold story of history [...] Among the Dead is magical."Theatre Is Easy
Among the Dead Script
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Ana is a Korean American who travels to Seoul in 1975 to retrieve her recently deceased father's ashes. Luke is a young American soldier fighting in the jungles of Myanmar in 1944. Number Four is the name of a Korean comfort woman camping out on a bridge in Seoul in 1950, waiting for the return of the young American soldier who fathered her daughter. Three separate time periods collide in a small hotel room in Korea, mediated by a shape-shifting Jesus who first shows up as a bellboy.