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Adam Blanshay Productions and Park Theatre present the European Premiere of

Kim's Convenience

By Ins Choi

INS CHOI I APPA
NAMJU GO I UMMA
JENNIFER KIM I JANET
BRIAN LAW I JUNG
MILES MITCHELL I RICH/ MR LEE/ MIKE/ ALEX


Ins Choi

Ins Choi was born in Korea but grew up and currently lives in Toronto, Canada with his wife and two children. Some of his theatre acting credits include Banana Boys, lady in the red dress (fu-GEN); Hamlet, The Odyssey, Comedy of Errors, The Taming of the Shrew, All's Well That Ends Well (Stratford Festival); Alligator Pie, Death of a Saleman (Soulpepper).

As a writer, his debut play, Kim's Convenience, won the Best New Play award and the Patron's Pick at the 2011 Toronto Fringe festival. It then launched Soulpepper theatre company's 2012 season, toured across Canada, and was adapted into a tv series of the same name on the CBC and Netflix for 5 seasons. Ins was a writer, executive producer and co-creator of the tv series. He has also written a solo show called Subway Stations of the CrossSongs Stories and Spoken Words and was part of the collective that created Alligator Pie, re(birth): ee cummings in song, Window on Toronto (Soulpepper); 2000 Candles (Brookstone).

His new play, Bad Parent, was recently produced in a rolling world premiere by Vancouver Asian Canadian Theatre PTE in Winnipeg, the Cultch in Vancouver, and at Soulpepper in Toronto. He’s also developing various tv and film projects. 

 

Namju Go 

South Korea-born Namju Go is a model and actress based in London. Her career has spanned more than 30 years and has included films and dozens of TV commercials. When not working she enjoys exercising at the gym and cooking Korean food for family and friends.

 

 

 

 

 

Jennifer Kim

Jennifer Kim is Korean American, born in Seoul, raised in Los Angeles and trained in Bristol. Her last film, Allegiance, was performed in North Korean Hamgyeong dialect. Jennifer is a graduate of Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.

Theatre includes: Coleman '72 (South Coast Repertory PPF), What We Owe Our Lies (Antaeus Theatre Company), and Fair (OC Centric)

Film/Television includes: Allegiance (RuthJack Productions), A Dog in the Mud (Avonni Productions), Sonder (Bolo Media) and Get Off Screen (Dana Productions).

 

 

Brian Law

Brian is a London-based actor originally from Toronto, Canada.

Theatre includes: Safehouse (Cockpit Theatre, Hen & Chickens); A Stroke of Luck (Watford Pumphouse, Queens Park Arts); Between the Lines (Drayton Arms)

Film and Television includes: Treason (Netflix); Black Mirror (Netflix); Doctor Who (BBC), Jack Ryan (Amazon); Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning (Part 1) (Paramount); Spider-Man: Far From Home (Marvel); Suspicion (AppleTV+); White Dragon (ITV)

 

 

Miles Mitchell 

Theatre includes: Salomè, Dido Queen of Carthage and Much Ado About Nothing (RSC); King Lear (Talawa); The Comedy of Errors, A Taste of Honey (National Theatre); Great Britain (National Theatre/Theatre Royal Haymarket); Blood Wedding (Liverpool Everyman, Derby Theatre/ New Wolsey); The Hospital At The Time of The Revolution (Finborough Theatre); Chavs - Last Man On The Heygate (The Lyric Hammersmith); The Globe Mysteries (Shakespeare’s Globe); Neighbors’ (The High Tide Festival).
 
Televison includes: Holby City, Casualty, Doctors (BBC); The Irregulars (Netflix); The Tempest (CBBC); Drifters (E4), Law and Order UK (ITV)

Film includes: King Lear (Saffron Cherry TV/BBC) The Pay Day (STARZ); LORE (Sea & Sky); Breathe (M.A Films) and Dawn Chorus (RSI).