CSF Summer Series: Desireé Mee Jung
Posted July 16, 2020: This summer, we present a weekly series of videos featuring the artists you know and love from past Shakespeare Festival seasons. In this episode, Desireé Mee Jung serves up a deliciously chilling interpretation of Henry V’s retort to the dauphin of France’s mocking gift of tennis balls.
Mee Jung’s CSF credits include “Love’s Labour’s Lost,” “Edward III” and “Cyrano de Bergerac.” Other theatres: “Vietgone” (The Alley Theatre); “Sense & Sensibility” (South Coast Rep); “As You Like It,” “Henry IV Part I,” “Measure for Measure,” “Diana of Dobson’s” and “The Curse of Oedipus” (Antaeus Theatre Company – where she is a company member); “Hamlet” (The 6th Act); “Frankenstein” (A Noise Within); “The Hard Problem” and “Vietgone” (LA Theatreworks); “Gloria” and “The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide” (Curious Theatre Company); “Colony Collapse” (Boston Court Pasadena); “Supper” (Theatre of NOTE); “Rose and the Rime” (Sacred Fools); and “99 Histories” (Artists at Play). She holds degrees in Theatre and Business from the University of Northern Colorado.
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