Ins Choi, actor, playwright, has appeared in 2000 Candles (The Arts Engine), Double Bill (Soulpepper), Hamlet (Stratford), From the manger to the cross (spoken word artist).
His first full-length play, Kim’s Convenience, won the 2011 Toronto Fringe Best New Play contest.
It opens July 6, at the Bathurst Street Theatre as part of the Toronto Fringe Festival. Kim’s Convenience is the comedic story of a Korean family struggling with the future of their convenience store amidst the echoes of their bitter past. Loosely based on the prodigal son story, it’s a play about debts and reconciliation.