Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, Andre Sills (photo by Bruce Monk)
Kim’s Convenience a familiar microcosm of immigrant experience in Canada
by Chris Lane
She’s also single, and as her parents are giving up hope of her marrying, a customer seems to be a potential suitor – leading to some slapstick comedy with the pair and the overbearing father. An hour in, the play begins to lag a bit, and seems to be veering towards trite territory, but the storyline of Janet’s brother, Jung (portrayed by the playwright, Ins Choi), saves the play with a compelling drama to wrap things up.
Running Time: 90 minutes