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  • Eden Jun


    Eden Jun is a Korean-British writer and actor from Seoul and Birmingham. She started developing her solo work at CPT as a Starting Blocks 2022 artist, after taking part in New Earth Theatre Performers Academy and the Solo Show Creation Lab by Haley McGee. Sabrina Mahfouz, her mentor, has inspired her to write and perform political feminist work.

    Eden’s work is fun and approachable to regular and non-theatregoers alike, has representation at its heart, and tackles challenging themes in a playful way that connects people across generations and communities. She is also writing a TV pilot and a family science theatre show.

    Directing Eden Jun's I'm Sorry I'm Not Lucy Liu:

    Francesca Hsieh (she/her) is an Asian-American director and theatre maker based in London. An advocate for equity and anti-racism in the arts, her work has been featured in Classical Singer Magazine, American Theatre Magazine, and The Salt Lake Tribune. She adapted and directed Cocaine Triptych, which won Outstanding Live Production at Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival, and is the Assistant Director on Headlong's A Play for the Living in a Time of Extinction, directed by Katie Mitchell. She has her MA in Theatre Directing from Royal Holloway, University of London and her BFA in Musical Theatre Performance from the University of Utah.

    Instagram: @chessie_hsieh

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  • Eden Jun CPT shows

    Charley Williams

    Starting Blocks Showcase 2022

    Sat 26 Mar at 7.00pm
    A showcase of the brand new work created and developed by artists on our trailblazing Starting Blocks scheme

    Starting Blocks Showcase 2022 (Extra release)

    Sat 26 Mar at 7pm
    Extra ticket realse for Chris Yarnell, Jack Boal, Eden Jun & Meg Hodgsons sharings
    Eden Jun presents

    I’m Sorry I’m Not Lucy Liu

    Tue 20 Jun - Thu 22 Jun at 7.15pm
    A playful and political choose-your-own-adventure time-travel show about Eden's quest to live up to her lookalike idol's life and career.
    Michael Thompson, 2000; Alan Howard, 2021

    I'm Sorry I'm Not Lucy Liu

    Wed 22 - Sat 25 Nov at 9pm
    I'm Sorry I'm Not Lucy Liu is a playful and political choose-your-own-adventure time-travel show about Eden's quest to live up to her lookalike idol's life and career.

    Blog Posts by Eden Jun

    A landscape photo of a young East Asian woman in white sporty clothes on a stage, with her head and arms thrown back in motion. In the background are a cardboard shrine to Lucy Liu and flameless tea lights on a table, and a fur coat and a stool.
    Posted: 11-05-2023 Tag: artist blogs

    Choose-your-own-advocacy: how to ask for what you need

    I'm Sorry I'm Not Lucy Liu is a show where you can choose your own adventure through time with ‘Eden’, on her quest to become a superstar after her idol and nemesis Lucy Liu. Eden Jun, the writer and performer, goes back in time to a neurodivergent kid between two seemingly disparate cultures, and learns lessons on self-advocacy.

    A landscape photo of a young East Asian woman in a white fur jacket laughing on a stage, next to a mic stand with feathers hanging down. Behind her are a cardboard shrine to Lucy Liu on a wooden table and flameless tea lights.
    Posted: 05-05-2023 Tag: artist blogs

    Choose-your-own-advantage: find your form based on how you think

    Making a choose-your-own-adventure time-travel show is a non-linear process for a neurodivergent artist who can never think of one thing at a time. Can how we naturally think help us find the form of our creative project? Eden Jun reflects on how I'm Sorry I'm Not Lucy Liu was shaped by her neurodivergence, and the joy of following the grain of her brain.

    Posted: 30-11-2021 Tag: news

    Meet Our 2022 Starting Blocks Artists!

    JACK BOAL (he/him)
    Jack is a performer and theatre maker who laces clowning with interactive performance to investigate the...

    Thank you for allowing artists to take creative risks, the world needs it now more than ever.

    Programmed artist