Meet the Cast of Among the Dead by Hansol Jung

Ana is an ex-daughter summoned to Korea to retrieve her suddenly dead father’s ashes. Luke is an American soldier sent to Myanmar to survive a world war he probably shouldn’t have volunteered for. Number Four is a Korean comfort woman camping out on a bridge in Seoul, waiting for Luke. Jesus is a bellboy. Three wars of three eras folded into one hotel room, Among the Dead is a dark comedy about a family broken apart by betrayed promises and finding each other through SPAM, journals, and Jesus. Mostly Jesus.


This production is a part of SubletSeries@HERE: Co-op, HERE’s curated rental program, which provides artists with subsidized space and equipment, as well as technical support.






WILL DAGGER (Jesus) has helped develop new work at EST, New Dramatists, The Lark, Ars Nova, Primary Stages, Colt Couer, The Actors Studio, The Pearl Theatre, and Naked Angels. Recent credits: The Convent of Pleasure (Cherry Lane), Trees in their youth (Signature Center), Napoleon in Exile (59E59), Tartuffe (Two Headed Rep), Pucker Up and Blow (FringeNYC Best Overall Play), Verano Place (FringeNYC Best Ensemble), and OKAY (Ugly Rhino). Will is the artistic director of Calliope, a theatre company that devises large-ensemble hyperrealistic plays through long-form improvisation loosely inspired by classic works of literature. He also writes songs. Kenyon College, BADA.


JULIENNE HANZELKA KIM (Ana Woods) was previously seen at Ma-Yi in Chairs and a Long Table and I_NY. Broadway: Metamorphoses; Golden Child. Off-Broadway credits include: Yellow Face at The Public; The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow at The Atlantic Theater; The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci at Second Stage; Blood Orange at the Cherry Lane Theatre and the Blue Heron Arts Center; and The House of Bernarda Alba for NAATCO. Regional and Int’l: Phaedra Backwards at the McCarter Theater, Language Rooms at the Wilma Theater; Three Sisters at A.R.T. and the Edinburgh Int’l Festival; Yellow Face at the Mark Taper Forum; Golden Child at The Kennedy Center, A.C.T., Singapore Rep. and Seattle Rep.; Everything That Rises Must Converge and The World is Round with Compagnia de’ Colombari. TV/Film credits include: The Affair (Showtime); Blue Bloods (CBS); Elementary (CBS); The Good Wife (recurring CBS); Royal Pains (USA); Law and Order, CI (NBC); Rescue Me (FX); One Life to Live (recurring ABC); Children of the Northern Lights (ITVS, FutureStates); When We Dead Awaken, The Adderall Diaries; Shadows and Lies; The Tested; Robot Stories; Split; and Life in Bed. Julienne holds an MFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts Graduate Acting Program where she was the recipient of the NYU Departmental Scholarship. She is a proud member of the Workshop Company at The Actors Center, on the steering committee of AAPAC (Asian American Performers Action Coalition), and is the recipient of a Van Lier Literary fellowship.


DIANA OH (Number Four) is an actor, singer/songwriter, bandmate, performing artist, & theatremaker, the inaugural 2016 Van Lier Fellow in Acting with the Asian American Arts Alliance, one of Refinery 29’s Top 14 LGBTQ Influencers, the First Queer Korean-American interviewed on Korean Broadcast Radio, a Radical Diva Finalist, an Elphaba Thropp Fellow at NYU’s Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program (MFA), a member of Rattlestick’s Actors-Who-Write Lab, a Van Lier Playwriting Finalist at The Lark, a Playwrights Realm Fellow Semi-Finalist, Creator of {my lingerie play}: a genre-bending Rock-Soul concert & performance series in lingerie staged in an effort to provide a saner, safer, more respectful world for women to live in featured on Upworthy,, Huffington Post, Marie Claire Netherlands amongst other publications and on stage at Joe’s Pub, Ensemble Studio Theatre, The Lark, & All for One. Sel. Credits: New Line Cinema’s How to Be Single with Dakota Johnson, Cherry Lane’s The Surgeon and Her Daughters, Wifey TV’s Hey Yun, Winter Miller’s Spare Rib, Taylor Mac’s 24 Decade History of Popular Music & many plays by Mariah MacCarthy. She will be in concert in April 2017 at The Center ( Watch her PSA #AsianPeopleareNotMagicians (feat. Ralph Peña!) on The Wall Street Journal & Upworthy call her “bad-ass.”


MICKEY THEIS (Luke Woods) made his professional acting debut in the 2013 Yale Repertory Theatre production of Hamlet, featuring Paul Giamatti. He has since appeared off-Broadway in the world premiere of Doug Wright’s Posterity (Atlantic Theater Company) and Desire (The Acting Company), an evening of newly adapted plays based on the short stories of Tennessee Williams. As a musician, Theis has written and performed as a solo artist, for the theater, and with Motel Motel, a band with which he toured internationally. He is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama, a recipient of the US State Department “Cultures in Harmony” Grant, the Jerome L. Greene Endowment Fund Scholarship, and the Oliver Thorndike Award in Acting. He appeared in Episode 9 of Vinyl (HBO). His debut album, Range Songs, was released in September, 2016.


On Stage
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