Chloé Hung is a Chinese-Canadian writer. Chloé’s plays include ALL OUR YESTERDAYS (Toronto Fringe Festival, Next Stage Theatre Festival), ISSEI, HE SAY (New Jersey Repertory Company World Premiere, The Kennedy Center/NNPN MFA workshop), THREE WOMEN OF SWATOW (Tarragon Theatre World Premiere, CBC’s PlayMe Podcast), MODEL MINORITY (AyeDefy Reading Series, Banff Playwrights Lab, Moving Arts MADlab), ALIEN OF EXTRAORDINARY ABILITY (Geffen Theatre’s Writers Room). Her recent commissions include, IAMA Theatre’s Rhimes Unsung Voices commission, and Barrie’s Theatre By The Bay. Her TV credits include QUEEN SUGAR, CHERISH THE DAY, THE WATCHFUL EYE, and she has developed for Netflix US. In film, Chloé has been a Film Independent Screenwriting Fellow, a Black List screenwriters lab fellow, a Women in Film’s production program fellow. Her latest short film, GEM & SHAZ, was supported by the Harold Greenberg Fund and will premiere on Crave in June 2023.
I have routinely been told my plays can’t be programmed by various theatre companies because they’ve already programed ONE Asian playwright. Can we please move beyond the “there can only be one” mentality? We are not a monolith. There is such a diversity of experiences and cultures within the AAPI community and everyone deserves a chance to be heard.