What Am I, Chopped Suey?

zen birds productions, llc · Ages 16+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 06, 2022
tagged as: Engaging · thoughtful · moving
What Am I, Chopped Suey is an incredible, thoughtful, heart wrenching, vulnerable show written and performed masterfully by Meg Lin. ... full review
CAROLYN STIRLING certified reviewer July 22, 2022
So clever and well-acted! Very compelling story. I really enjoyed it!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer July 11, 2022
A lovely show, a blend of humor and bittersweet moments, told with tremendous honesty.... full review
ANELA FREEMAN certified reviewer July 11, 2022
This was a brilliant story telling and I loved the entire show! The way Meg tells the story captivates you and is a story that many may relate to.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer July 10, 2022
excellent, none-stopping interest topic.... full review
SONNY LIRA certified reviewer July 06, 2022
tagged as: identity · home · gentle · Love · sincere · honesty
The show was incredibly heart felt and tender. I laughed, I cried, and I felt like I discovered more about myself watching Meg Lin being so honest and transparent about her experience as a Chinese American. This is what theatre is all about!... full review
MICHAEL LYONS certified reviewer July 02, 2022
tagged as: vulnerable · charming · fun
Meg delivers a funny, deeply personal, and brutally honest introspection into her upbringing shaped by her Chinese-American identity, difficult home life, and reckoning of personal and societal biases as an adult. And despite is being deeply personal, she brings out the universal feelings of self-doubt, judgement, otherness, regret, and forgiveness that we could all relate to. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 27, 2022
tagged as: Funny. · honest · Engaging · insightful
Insightful, engaging, honest and funny. ... full review
FREDDY BOARDBA certified reviewer June 23, 2022
The show was a hit! Very interesting and overflowing with talent. Solo shows are difficult but this one proved to be a good one. Meg definitely should be on a broadway musical or similar! Thanks again Freddy ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 23, 2022
In an era with escalating hate crimes against Asian Americans, this show is a moving reflection on growing up without fitting in. Meg Lin shares a compelling story of a young life dealing with self-hate in a household haunted by a mentally ill mother. There is just enough laughter to let you draw an occasional breath as Meg shares her trauma and eventual peace with the conflicts in her life. Meg Lin is intensely present and honest in this compelling one woman show.... full review