Austin Ku

SAG-AFTRA, AEA





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Traditional Musicals

  • "We Kiss in a Shadow" from The King and I (Walnut Street Theater, PA) - Lun Tha in "We Kiss in a Shadow" (with Manna Nichols as Tuptim) live on opening weekend of The King and I at the Walnut Street Theatre (Austin was nominated for a Philadelphia area "Barrymore" Award for the role), also available for download HERE
 

  • "I Have Dreamed" from The King and I (Walnut Street Theater, PA) - Lun Tha in "I Have Dreamed" (with Manna Nichols as Tuptim) live from opening weekend of The King and I at the Walnut Street Theatre (Austin was nominated for a Philadelphia area "Barrymore" Award for the role), also available for download HERE
 

  • "Thuy's Death" from Miss Saigon (Ogunquit Playhouse, ME) - Thuy in Thuy's Death" (with Jennifer Paz as Kim) from Miss Saigon live at Ogunquit Playhouse as Thuy (Austin was nominated for a New England Area "IRNE" Award for the role), also available for download HERE
 
 

  • "The Best of All Possible Worlds" from Candide (Boston Pops Orchestra, MA) - Pangloss (the first/narrator voice) in the quintet "The Best of All Possible Worlds" from Candide, live with The Boston Pops Orchestra (conducted by Keith Lockhart; with Dave Vogel as Candide, Lindsey St. Onge as Cunegonde, Caitlin Doonan as Paquette and Joseph Kamay as Maximilius), at the Tribute to Leonard Bernstein
 
 



New Musicals

  • "Change" from Tiananmen (by Drew Fornorola & Scott Elmegreen) - Chinese government official Zhao Ziyang sings his sympathies to the students protesting in Tiananmen Square in 1989



  • "Satisfied" from A Swallow in Silk (by Tek Goo Kang & Janet Noh) - Father tries to tell his young daughter to be satisfied with their simple peasant life in contemporary North Korea



  • "Hold Your Heart" from Mary (by Matt Frey & Melisa Tien) - Teenager Vili Fualaau and his teacher Mary Kay Letourneau (Hillarie O'Toole) profess their longing for one another in this contemporary musical/opera based on the true headline story from the 1990s


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