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Musical theater and K-pop are industries that inspire millions of people, especially young folks. But why merge these mega worlds in a story like this? I fell in love with musical theater as a kid and there were some Asian-centric shows, but even back then I knew they were sparse. At first, I thought “Oh, maybe I can become an actress,” because that’s the only area in the arts where I saw myself represented. It never occurred to me that someone who looks like I do can write the shows. I would do research on the great musicals and all of the composers seemed to be old white or Jewish men. I actually first went to college as a pre-med student. I didn’t even dream about this job! But I had always loved music and thought I could do it as a hobby. But then during third year, I decided that I needed to take a risk and try doing what I love without being too calculative about the probability of “making it.” I went to my parents and I said, “I need to do this.” I enrolled in NYU’s Graduate Musical Theater Writing Program. Mind you, by the time I got there I had already written a lot of K-pop music. I was also teaching myself how to produce, write songs, and actually create a decent demo on a computer. But I studied musical theater writing, still never imagining there was a place for me on Broadway. It was a boys club. Of course, there are many amazing women composers, but at that time I didn’t see many composers of color. I wasn’t sure where any of this was going, but it all came together when KPOP entered my life. Ars Nova was planning on doing a show set in the world and was looking for someone to write the score; they heard about me through word of mouth and since then, I’ve been able to combine the two great loves of my life.
Even in the midst of a busy preview performance schedule, Helen Park carved out time to speak to ELLE.com about the reward of taking risks, working with her childhood favs, and the weight of being a “first.” I see the show every night and there is just such a variety! Of course, there are K-pop fans who are just curious to know how the genre works on a Broadway stage. They are there with light sticks, they buy merch and it’s so fun to watch. Actual K-pop fans seem to enjoy and appreciate it, so that is the most gratifying. But then I also see people who are very obviously from the Broadway community, and they are watching another musical; this one just happens to be called KPOP. I see their responses are a little confused, but they are experiencing something new which is also interesting to observe. The Circle in the Square Theatre is in a round, so it’s like the audience is part of the show. I hope everyone feels invited and like they can get as involved as they want to in the story. That’s the goal.
Park is doing her childhood dreams one better. Not only is her original musical KPOP opening on Broadway this month, but the story also centers on Park’s other lifelong passion: Korean pop music. Park—who has lived in many cities in Korea, Canada, and the United States—calls this electric and über-popular genre of music her true home. The premiere of KPOP will shatter Broadway’s embarrassingly long record of never having a musical by an Asian-American female composer. Park will be the first. It’s not KPOP’s first time in New York, however. The initial Off-Broadway production received a sold-out, extended run at Ars Nova and was the most nominated show of the 2017-2018 theatrical season. The years since then have been even better to Korean popular culture, with K-pop “idols,” Korean dramas and series, and even beauty products amassing extreme popularity. Sensational performers like Blackpink, BTS, and Twice have galvanized passionate fans from every corner of the globe. In Park’s KPOP, real-life singer Luna—of f x fame—stars as MwE pronounced m-wee , one of the many acts putting everything on the line for a one-night-only concert. MwE has big dreams but an even bigger secret that threatens one of the industry’s hottest labels. It’s a story that both criticizes the ills of the K-pop-producing machine and humanizes the talents that make it work.
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