The feminist Asian culture cult comedy hit - that kills.

The feminist Asian culture cult comedy hit - that kills.The feminist Asian culture cult comedy hit - that kills.


based on novel by Angela S. Choi

Stage adaptation by Gail Rastorfer & Kurt Johns

directed by Kurt Johns


Ann Hu, (as Fiona Yu, et al)

Ann Hu is delighted to be part of Hello Kitty Must Die.  Off-Bdwy: The Bilbao Effect (World Premiere-Theater at Center for Architecture), Private Jokes Public Places (Theatre at Center for Architecture); Beach Radio, the musical (CAP21 Theatre); 99 Histories (by Julia Cho, Mentor Project); Young Playwrights Festivals (Cherry Lane); The Joy Luck Club (Pan Asian Repertory) Regional/LA theater: The Baby Project and Cooperstown (The Road Theater Co., LA), Blueprint for Paradise (Hudson Main Stage, LA)  Private Jokes, Public Places (Wellfleet Theatre, MA); An Infinite Ache ( Triad Stage, NC and The Public Theatre, ME); Redwood Curtain (Dorset Theatre, VT and Schoolhouse Theatre, NY) Film: 88 Keys Salute, 5th Passenger, Wicked Moms Club (Lifetime), How to Seduce Difficult Women, The Brooklyn Heist, The Last New Yorker, Petty Crimes TV: NCIS, Pearson, Man with a Plan, Extant, Castle, Switched at Birth, Last Man Standing, Law & Order; Cyberchase (PBS), GAME FARM (Nickelodeon). She is obsessed with happy hour karaoke, squirrels, and second hand sustainable shopping. Hu is a mezzo soprano and occasionally does stand up comedy.



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Fiona Yu, a 30 yr old Chinese-American lawyer, appears to be just another Hello Kitty stereotype. She’s anything but. She says, "I hate Hel...

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HKMD Promo Video

Like Fiona and her creator Angela/Kate, we want to remove the constraints from and lift up Asian women and their achievements. HKMD is an opportunity for an Asian-American actress to follow in the footsteps of Ann Deveare Smith, Whoopie Goldberg, and Lily Tomlin.

A darkly comedic solo play about family, arranged dating, and murder,  where the laughs pile up as fast as the bodies.

Highlights from LA reading

Below video is excerpts from the LA reading. It was our first opportunity to present our adaptation in front of the author of the novel. It gives some indication of the impression the play has on a small live audience.


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Hello Kitty Must Die

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