Get ready for a beautiful, crazy, laughter and tear-filled night at the second annual One Act Play Project organized by Seoul Players, an English-speaking theatre company and a network of brilliant, engaging and oh-so-charming performers and directors based in Seoul. This special production has been several months in the making, as the—not one but—two featured one-act plays are completely original—all written, workshopped and produced in our city.
The first piece, Water Weight (directed by John Michaels, written by Daniel Kennedy), unfolds a story of a disturbed woman who crashes her car into a diner. There's a "critical" condition here: there's only one toilet available and how "The Stranger" will gain access to it is all mystery. Rent, Boy (directed by Makrenna Sterdan, written by Raymond C. Salcedo) is a "comedy of errors and unpaid debts" presenting an amusing, nuanced narrative on "youth and bad behavior".
Don't miss this one-of-a-kind, high-energy and fun AF act that'll make you think and that you'll remember for a long time. Oh, and you don’t have to worry about language barriers, as the show will be presented in English with Korean subtitles.