PREVIEW: You For Me For You

You For Me For You is renowned playwright Mia Chung’s debut play, which details the story of two sisters from North Korea who are separated upon attempting to escape. The one who manages to escape flees to New York City, while the remaining sister is left behind. Praised by The Independent as “an exhilarating, surreal roll through both North Korea and American society… a brilliantly imaginative journey not to be missed,” You For Me For You is a play that I am excited to attend. The play is directed by Priscilla Lindsay and presented in collaboration with the Nam Center for Korean Studies.

You For Me For You will be shown at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre; the last two available showtimes are February 17 at 8PM and February 18 at 2 PM. Tickets for students are $12 with ID, and can be purchased at the League Ticket Office (this play is also included in the previous Passport to the Arts!).

Image credits: Scott Suchman

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