The Onion That Made You Cry

The Onion That Made You Cry is a new devised theatre piece combining movement, storytelling and structured improvisation. It explores East Asian parenting and how it impacts your life later on. It examines the fine line between culture specificity and universality through recollected memories about family and intimate relationships that trigger feelings of nostalgia.

The first moment when I realised that my family relationship had a huge influence on my love life, so many things can be explained. “You might have problems now because of what happened to you when you were growing up, but we can grow and develop new ways of seeing ourselves at any age.” 

PAST PERFORMANCE (Work-in-progress) 
20 October 2018 @Camden People’s Theatre, part of LIVE 8
5 April @Arcola Theatre, part of Arcola LAB
6 April @Battersea Arts Centre, part of OCCUPY Party
3 May @Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, part of ACAS Fest


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