September 5 - October 7
Mon-Wed 7:00pm | Thu-Sat 8:00pm | + Select 3:00pm Shows

A.R.T./NEW YORK Theatres
(502 W 53rd St., New York, NY 10019)

Tickets: Regular $45 / Premium $75 (General Admission) 

(September 5 – 9: $25 USE CODE: KPOPSICLE, September 11 – 16: $35 USE CODE: LOLLIPOP)

ARS NOVA in association with MA-YI Theater Company + Woodshed Collective Presents KPOP

KPOP is here and America will never be the same. Claim your exclusive, all-access pass and immerse yourself in the Korean Pop Music Factory where stars are made... or broken. 

KPOP is an "All-In" Experience. This show moves and so will YOU! All audience members will be standing, walking, climbing stairs and dancing! (ARS NOVA strongly suggests wearing comfortable shoes.)

Ars Nova is committed to developing and producing theater, comedy and music artists in the early stages of their professional careers. Our unique development programs are designed to support cross-pollination and outside-the-box thinking to encourage innovative work. Dubbed by The New York Times as a “fertile incubator of offbeat theater,” Ars Nova blurs genres and subverts the status quo.

Ars Nova has been honored with an OBIE Award and a Special Citation from the New York Drama Critics’ Circle for sustained quality and commitment to the development and production of new work.

Ma-Yi Theater is one of the country’s leading incubators of new work shaping the national discourse about what it means to be Asian American today. The Ma-Yi Writers Lab, which includes KPOP playwright, Jason Kim, is the largest collective of Asian American playwrights ever assembled. Ma-Yi productions have earned numerous awards, including 10 OBIE Awards and the Special Drama Desk Award for "more than two decades of excellence and for nurturing Asian-American voices in stylistically varied and engaging theater. For more information, please visit

Woodshed Collective is one of the country’s premier immersive theater companies. Since 2008, the company has presented large scale theatrical events including: Twelve Ophelias performed in McCarren Park Pool in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, The Confidence Man adapted from Melville's novel and performed on a decommissioned steamship in the Hudson River and The Tenant adapted from the novel and film and performed in a five story 19th Century Parish House on the Upper West Side. For more information, please visit


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Miro Yoon