AS YOU LIKE IT
“Jung’s Celia is a pertly amusing sidekick, the Ethel to Rosalind’s Lucy. When Celia bellows to her downcast cousin, “Be merry,” the imperious implication (“Or else!”) is uttered more out of pain than aggression but hilarious all the same.”
CHARLES MCNULTY – LA TIMES
AS YOU LIKE IT
“Standouts in the cast include Jung, who creates so many layers of longing and subtle jealousy in Celia that when she finally finds her own happily ever after moment, it’s the most triumphant of the night.”
– ON STAGE AND SCREEN
I had the good fortune to work with the talented and badass folks at Theatre of NOTE for the world premiere of Supper by Phinneas Kiyomura.
AND what was even cooler…getting to share the stage with the brilliant playwright! When does that happen?!
Can’t wait to work with these guys again!
Joining the wonderful people at The 6th Act for a reading of Julius Caesar. Always a joy to share the stage with some of the most talented and generous humans I know! What a privilege!
“OH ROMEO, ROMEO!”
I had the privilege to perform the balcony scene from Romeo & Juliet with the talented Roman de Ocampo and directed by incomparable Elizabeth Swain at the grand opening of the Glendale Library. What a joy!
Thank you Jennie Webb for letting me be apart of your beautiful story! It was a joy to work with these amazing artists, the brilliant people at The Blank Theatre, and as always the brilliant Rachel Berney Needleman.