By Kang-Baek Lee & Translated by Kee-Yoon Nahm
Directed by Yong-Suk Yoo
Written by celebrate Korean playwright Kang-Baek Lee, Yellow Inn offers a grotesque humorous commentary on societal division along economic and generational lines. With elements that are recognizable in all times and places, the audience is given the opportunity to see themselves in the ridged architypes of the characters. Some elements of the play, however, are purely and undeniably Korean.
When the play begins, the owner of the inn and his wife make a deal with the sister-in-law
to hand over ownership of the inn if, and only if, she can prevent at least one guest from dying. While this sounds easy, it so happens that the guests of the inn have been fighting and killing one another for countless years. The sister must put a stop to this violent cycle of death if she ever wants ownership of the inn.
This production contains adult themes including strong language, sexual content, alcohol-use, theatrical weapons, suicide, death, and staged violence. This is a safe space intended to promote discourse about the human experience. Our Front of House can provide resources and support if needed. Please take care and enjoy the show.
First Sister- Marisa Mendoza
Second Sister- Anyae Reed
Third Sister- Ava Baker
Cook- Delan Crawford
Retired Government Official- Diego Huazano
Businessman- Whit Flowers
Lawyer- Wallis Brown
Electrician- Sarah Reese
Plumber- Kat Adams
Salesman- Parker Dial
College Student- Britain Stibora
Gravedigger- Josh Vetter
Gravedigger- Grace Stephens
Gravedigger- Sarah Brookshire
Gravedigger- Max Otremba
Gravedigger- Eric Contreras
Prostitute- Henry Johnson
Prostitute- Alizzah Maravillas
Prostitute- Chance Friedman
Female Understudy- Esther Oh
Female Understudy- Meagan Majors
Male Understudy- Brandon Doan
Photo 1 (L-R): Ava Baker
Photo 2 (L-R): Parker Dial, Ava Baker, Wallace Brown
Photos and Artwork by: Lauren Jurgemeyer
OCTOBER 26 - 31
THEATRE CENTER'S MAINSTAGE
430 Moon Street, 78666
The chamber is GENERAL SEATING (first come / first seats)
Child / Sr.: $15
TXST Student: $10
Group (10+): $13
Prices include processing fee.
In an effort to keep our performances open and in alignment with other performance venues, wearing masks is strongly encouraged in the building at all times regardless of vaccination status. Should you not have one, please see an usher for a mask. Thank you for supporting the return of live theatre!
Parking will be directed to the Edward Gary Parking Garage (401 Edward Gary Dr) behind the Performing Arts Center.
If accommodations need to be made, please, contact the box office at least 48 hour before the performance date.
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