By Sarah Cho    

When: Saturday, July 9, at 7:30 pm and Sunday, July 10, at 1:30 pm
Where: In-person readings at Southern Oregon University’s Music Recital Hall


stains is a coming-of-age comedy about a teenage girl whose family sees her first period as a burden. An autobiographical play about growing up poor, female, and Korean American in Los Angeles, stains is in development as part of Moving Arts Theatre’s 2021 MADlab Playwriting Development Program and was selected to participate at the 2022 Great Plains Theatre Commons New Play Conference.


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Sarah Cho is a Los Angeles-based comedy writer and playwright. Her plays include Koreans Eat Dog (2013 Richard Maibum Playwriting Award), Family Dinner (2015 KCACTF’s Paul Stephen Lim Playwriting Award), and Grace and Janette Like White Guys (2020 Finalist, Seven Devil’s Playwright Conference). Her play stains was developed as part of Moving Arts’ MADlab New Play Development. More recently, it was selected as part of 2022 Great Plains Theatre Commons PlayLab. She received the IRAM New Play Award and Iowa Arts Fellowship, and was also named the Alliance of Los Angeles Playwrights 2019-2020 Diversity Fellow. Sarah studied comedy at iO, Second City, and Pack Theater. She has performed at Green Gravel Comedy Festival, Laugh Riot Grrrl Festival, and LA Scripted Comedy Festival.

Her sketch comedy work has been featured on ComedyCake, WhoHaHa, Funny or Die, and currently writes for house team Galaxy Cat at Pack Theater. When she’s not writing plays, she’s talking plays on the playwriting podcast Beckett’s Babies with playwright Sam Collier.

Sarah earned her BA from UC Santa Barbara and MFA from Iowa Playwrights Workshop.

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