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Undesirables by Hansol Jung and Brian Quijada
September 2018

Hansol Jung is a playwright and director from South Korea. Plays include Wild Goose Dreams (upcoming production at the Public Theater, fall 2018), Wolf Play (world premiere production at Artists Rep, spring 2019), Cardboard Piano (Humana Festival at Actors Theatre of Louisville), and No More Sad Things (co-world premiere at Sideshow Theatre, Chicago and Boise Contemporary Theatre. Her work has been developed at the Royal Court (London), New York Theatre Workshop, Berkeley Rep’s Ground Floor, O’Neill Conference, Sundance Theatre Lab, Lark Play Development Center, Salt Lake Acting Company, Boston Court Theatre, Bushwick Starr, Asia Society New York, and Seven Devils Playwright Conference. She is the recipient of the P73 Playwright Fellowship at Page 73 Productions, Rita Goldberg Playwrights’ Workshop Fellowship at the Lark, 2050 Fellowship at New York Theater Workshop, MacDowell Colony Artist Residency, and International Playwrights Residency at Royal Court (London). She has translated over 30 English musicals into Korean, including Evita, Dracula, Spamalot, and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, while working on several award-winning musical theatre productions as director, lyricist, and translator in Seoul, South Korea. Jung holds a Playwriting M.F.A. from Yale School of Drama, and is a proud member of the Ma-Yi Theatre Writers Lab. She is also one of the winners of the 2018 Whiting Awards.


Brian Quijada is an actor, playwright, and composer who has gained national critical-acclaim for his multi Jeff award-winning, multi Drama Desk nominated solo show “Where Did We Sit in the Bus?”. Other acting credits: Bobby Clearly (Roundabout), Oedipus El Rey (The Public Theater/Sol Project), My Mañana Comes (Playwrights Realm) How We Got On (Humana Festival), Beat Generation (Merrimack Repertory), No More Sad Things (Boise Contemporary Theatre), “Blue Bloods” (CBS).

See what we are working on behind-the-scenes!
Our Closed Residencies focus on brand new works that receive support and workshopping before reaching a public audience.


Early’s House by Nathan Alan Davis

Davis’ play Nat Turner in Jerusalem received its world premiere at New York Theatre Workshop in the Fall of 2016 and was a New York Magazine Critic’s Pick. Nathan is a 2016 graduate of Juilliard’s Lila Acheson Wallace American Playwrights Program. He received his M.F.A. from Indiana University and his B.F.A. from the University of Illinois.


Dirty Crusty by Clare Barron

Clare Barron is a playwright and actress from Wenatchee, WA, who now resides in New York. She received the Obie Award for Playwriting in 2014 for her play You Got Older. She was also a co-winner of the inaugural Relentless Award.


Qui Nguyen Project

Best known to Rep audiences as the author of Vietgone, Nguyen is also the co-founder of the Obie Award-winning theatre company Vampire Cowboys and is credited as one of the pioneers of “geek theatre.” He is currently a writer for Marvel Studios.