Sun Mee Chomet

Sun Mee Chomet

Sun Mee Chomet is thrilled that her debut at APT coincides with stepping back into live theater for the first time in 18 months. In the U.S., she has worked with Lincoln Center Theater’s LCT3, Syracuse Stage, Hartford Stage, Cincinnati Repertory Theatre, Repertory Theater of St. Louis, Kansas City Repertory, Guthrie Theater, Penumbra Theatre, Ten Thousand Things Theater, Mixed Blood Theatre, Pillsbury House Theatre, Jungle Theater, Theater Mu, Park Square Theatre, and many more. Internationally, Sun Mee performed her award-winning one-woman show, How to Be a Korean Woman at Post Theater in Seoul, S. Korea. Sun Mee’s recognition includes 2019 and 2013 Playwrights’ Center McKnight Theater Artist Fellowships, 2019 Decades Acting Awards (Minneapolis Star Tribune & City Pages for Vietgone and Two Mile Hollow), 2015 Lucille Lortel nomination (brownsville song), 2013 TCG Fox Fellowship, Star Tribune’s ‘Best of’ lists for The Origin(s) Project (2012) and Asiamnesia (2007); “2012 Best Solo Performance” honors for her play, How to Be a Korean Woman (Lavender Magazine). Sun Mee expresses gratitude to audiences for returning, and theaters for persevering.

Member of Actors' Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers