US Premiere of HOMEFUL at the 2017 San Francisco Fringe to Open 9/10

US Premiere of HOMEFUL at the 2017 San Francisco Fringe to Open 9/10Homeful: a new solo play about roots and restlessness will run as part of the 26th annual San Francisco Fringe Festival, September 8 through 23, 2017. Homeful will be presented Sept 10 @ 8:30 PM, Sept 15 @ 8:30 PM, Sept 16 @ 4:00 PM and Sept 20 @ 8:30 PM at EXIT Stage Left, 156 Eddy St, SF.

Eager to leave behind her suburban US life, Amy moves abroad to explore the world. But when sudden events force her to return, she navigates a more personal terrain, compelling her to reflect on her identities as an American, transracial adoptee, and woman of color, as she seeks to define what home really is.

Amy Mihyang Ginther (Writer/Performer) has lived, taught, and performed in the US, UK, Ireland, South Korea, Vietnam, Czech Republic, Argentina, Malaysia, and South Korea. Homeful has been performed in London and UC Santa Cruz, where she works as a professor. Amy has designed accents and coached voice for Aurora Theatre Company, Jewel Theatre Company, Seoul Shakespeare Company, the National Youth Theatre, and the Welcoming Ceremonies for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. Amy has been featured on Tedx, was on the cover of The New York Times Magazine, and has been referenced in Reuters, Al Jazeera, The Wall Street Journal, KoreAm, and The Toast.

Lisa Marie Rollins (Director/Dramaturg) most recently co-directed Young Jean Lee's The Shipment at Crowded Fire Theatre and will be directing the West Coast premiere of Tearrance Chisholm's HOODED: Being Black for Dummies in 2018 at Custom Made Theater. Regional directing and dramaturg work includes Crowded Fire Theater, Playwright Foundation, TheatreFirst, Playground at Berkeley Rep, San Francisco. She is currently a Resident Artist with Crowded Fire Theater and Artist-in-Residence at BRAVA Theater for Women in San Francisco.

Now celebrating its 26th season, the San Francisco Fringe Festival presents a bold line-up of eclectic theatrical offerings for adventurous and open-minded audiences of all persuasions. Often over-the-top and under-the-radar of traditional theatre-going fare, the Fringe champions the motto No Risk, No Art and has its rabid devotees and wins more fans every year. Most performances run under one hour and it all takes place under one roof, allowing audiences to march from venue to venue, seeing as many shows as possible in a single day. The 2017 San Francisco Fringe Festival runs September 8 through 23, with performances all days except Mondays, and brings 30 unique productions to San Francisco's EXIT Theatreplex located at 156 Eddy Street in the Tenderloin. For complete listings of shows and curtain times, patrons can visit or call the Fringe Hotline at (415) 673-3847. Tickets are $12 (at the door, cash only) or less per show, with a ten-show Frequent Fringer pass available at $85 and a five-show pass available at $45. Advanced ticket sales are available through the Fringe website:

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