Lauren Yee

playwright

Guest

A playwright born and raised in San Francisco. She currently lives in New York City. She received her bachelor’s degree from Yale University, and her MFA in playwriting from UCSD, where she studied under Naomi Iizuka.

Lauren Yee on KCRW

The play “King of the Yees” centers on the divide between a father and daughter.

In 'King of the Yees,' what happens when your parents' values are no longer useful to you

The play “King of the Yees” centers on the divide between a father and daughter.

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