Photo by Ben Krantz

Photo by Ben Krantz


Min Kahng
9 Musical Theatre Writers You Should Know (Lily Janiak, American Theatre Magazine)
Towards a More Inclusive Theatre (Sean Fenton, WolfBrown Insights)
Member Theatres Score Grants! (Theatre for Young Audiences)

The Four Immigrants: An American Musical Manga
Playwright Min Kahng's 'THE FOUR IMMIGRANTS: AN AMERICAN MUSICAL MANGA' is a World Premiere Masterpiece (Linda Hodges, Broadway World)
Immigrants’ story drawn in manga musical (Lily Janiak, San Francisco Chronicle/Gate)
'Four Immigrants' in Palo Alto a powerful slice of Americana (Sam Hurwitt, San Jose Mercury News)
A timely, sensitive 'American Musical Manga' at TheatreWorks (Jean Schiffman, San Francisco Examiner)
Musical from the American melting pot (Richard Dodds, The Bay Area Reporter)
There Won't Be Strumpets (George Heymont, Huffington Post)
‘Four Immigrants’ is delightful in premiere at TheatreWorks (Joanne Engelhardt, The Daily News)
'Musical Manga' is a marvel (Karla Kane, Palo Alto Weekly)
The Four Immigrants: An American Musical Manga (Eddie Reynolds, Talkin' Broadway)
Grit, exuberance mark TheatreWorks' Immigrants (Chad Jones, Theater Dogs)
TheatreWorks provides a does of musical manga magic (David John Chávez, Bay Area Plays)
The Four Immigrants: An American Musical Manga (Steve Murray, For All Events)
TheatreWorks has a winner with 'The Four Immigrants' (Judy Richter, For All Events)
"The Four Immigrants" Hits the Heights at TheatreWorks, Palo Alto (Victor Cordell, Theatrius)
The Four Immigrants – Play Review (Darshana Varia Nadkarni's Blog)
Story of 4 immigrants a rousing musical (John Angell Grant, Palo Alto Daily News)
'Four Immigrants': A Review (Susan Rife, South Valley Magazine)
The Four Immigrants is a marvelous musical book of cartoons with serious overtones at TheatreWorks (TheatreWorld Internet Magazine)

Bay Sunday TV Interview (KPIX CBS San Francisco Bay Area)
A World-Premiere Comic Book-Inspired Musical (Jeffrey Freymann, Classical KDFC)
Granddaughter of one of the ‘Four Immigrants’ visits from Japan (John Orr, Mercury News)
Eight Decades Later, ‘The Four Immigrants Manga’ Finds New Life as a Musical (Grace Hwang Lynch, NBC Asian America)
Political Manga-Inspired Musical Focuses on Shared Experiences of Asian Immigrants (Rommel Conclara, Balitang America)
'Four Immigrants': How an early 1900s comic book birthed a new musical (Lou Fancher, Mercury News)
Singing songs of 'Four Immigrants' (John Orr, Palo Alto Daily News)
TheatreWorks' 'The Four Immigrants' (Lily Janiak, SF Chronicle)
The Pink Section (SF Chronicle)
"Framed!," (American Theatre Magazine)
Edgerton Foundation New Play Awards Announces Round 1 2017 Recipients (TCG)
The Do List (Cy Musiker, KQED News)
PhotoFlash: First Look at THE FOUR IMMIGRANTS at TheatreWorks (Broadway World)
A few common threads run through 2 musicals of different stripes (Anne Gelhaus, Bay Area News Group)

Bad Kitty On Stage!
Bad Kitty kids' books make a leap onto the stage (Beth Spotswood, SF Chronicle/Gate)
True Review: OCT's Bad Kitty On Stage (Wm. Steven Humphrey, True Parent)
Review: OCT's "Bad Kitty!" (Jade Chan, PDX Parent)

Where the Mountain Meets the Moon
Over the Moon for Min Kahng (Susan Fairbrook, Theatre Play by Play)
Island transplant adapts award-winning Chinese story into musical (Lou Fancher, Contra Costa Times)

The Song of the Nightingale
Altarena's 'Song of the Nightingale' is enchanting, must-see musical (Alice Chalip, Contra Costa Times)
Curtain Calls (Sally Hogarty, Contra Costa Times)
Castro Valley man writes musical for Asian Actors (Laura Casey, Bay Area News Group)