This Spring Festival, Yun Theatre and Theatre Off Jackson bring a heartwarming community celebration with the play “年轻人社死档案室” (Young People’s Social Death Archive). Written by Yun Theatre resident playwright Siming Lu, this play marks a refreshing change of pace for the company – a lighter, more relaxed exploration of the joys and jitters of young adulthood.
About the Play: “I don’t know why I have so many bizarre behaviors and thoughts. I envy those grown-ups who look cool, who don’t cry, who are owners of kittens and puppies, and who don’t have to spend their days divining the whereabouts of their former lovers with tarot cards. My question is: how can I become a grown-up?”
Each show is paired with vibrant community events — pre-show gatherings to warm you up, and post-show live bands and dance parties to keep the Spring Festival spirit alive. Join Yun Theatre and TOJ for a unique mix of theatre, community, and festive celebration.
Tickets ($24) here.