Kenny Yun's Lettucetown Lies

1hr. 20min.


"One of the most extraordinary solo artists I've ever witnessed onstage. Brilliant and painfully funny. Awesome." - Ann Randolph "Funny...terrific"- SF Bay Times He's Gay. He's Asian. He's coming of age in Lettucetown, aka Salinas. If that's not bad enough, he's got a crush on a hick. If that's not bad enough, his friends think fun is blowing up a field of lettuce. If that's not bad enough, he has to sneak to the high school bathroom to buy drugs and Donna Summer records. Adolescence! It's fun, it's lies. In Lettucetown. Kenny Yun has appeared in film shorts and plays, including local productions of Twelfth Night, The Cherry Orchard, and The Tempest. He also performs standup comedy all over the Bay Area and was a winner of the Russian River Comedy Competition. Yun studied acting at Studio ACT and the Berkeley Repertory Theater and has a degree in English Literature from UC Berkeley.

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