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Psycho Musical Thriller INTERVIEW: A NEW MUSICAL Opens Tonight Off-Broadway


Psycho Musical Thriller INTERVIEW: A NEW MUSICAL Opens Tonight Off-Broadway

The new Mega-Hit Psycho Musical Thriller from Korea and Japan, INTERVIEW: A New Musical, premieres at the Theatre at St Clement's tonight, February 10th.

INTERVIEW: A New Musical, which stars Josh Bardier (Hoi Polloi at Theatre Row), Adam Dietlein (Gaston in the first international tour of Disney's Beauty and the Beast) and Erin Kommor (Off Broadway debut) will be directed by Dimo Hyun Jun Kim (Green Card, Comfort Women) and Yossef K.

Double K Film & Theater's Interview: A New Musical is produced by Dimo Hyun Jun Kim, Soo Ro Kim, Min Jong Kim & Matthew Thomas Burda. The show features original music by Soo Hyun Huh, Lyrics and Translation by Bryan Michaels, originally written by Jung Hwa Choo. INTERVIEW made its world premiere at Soo Hyun Jae Theatre in Seoul, Korea in September 2016, and then made sold out shows in Kyoto and Tokyo.

"When a famous psychologist & author calls a temp agency for an apprenticeship, the perfect candidate appears at his door. Witty, studious, and eager to please, Matt Sinclair quickly makes an impression with Dr. Eugene Harper. All is not as it appears, however, and what starts as an interview quickly turns sinister as the author's true motives are revealed. "Interview" tells the story of a psychologist, a criminal defendant, and a legal system that would stop at nothing to gain an alleged killer's confession...even if it means driving the accused to the brink of insanity."

Director/Producer Dimo Hyun Jun Kim added "It's a pleasure to bring this new musical from Korea to the American Theatre. Over the past 20 years, the Korean musical theatre market has been dominated with Broadway licensed musicals. We are fortunate to have this original musical premier in Seoul and now is opening on Off-Broadway. My hope is that this show will provide more opportunities to Asian artists in the future who also dream of working in American theatre."

Tickets are on sale to the general public and available at or 866-811-4111.

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