Ins Choi is an actor, poet, and playwright. His first play, Kim's Convenience, won Best New Play and the Patron's Pick Award at the 2011 Toronto Fringe Festival. The play then launched Soulpepper Theatre's 2012 season to a sold-out run and rave reviews. Choi has also been a member of many collectively created shows: 2000 Candles, The KJV: The Bible Show (ArtsEngine), Window on Toronto, and (re)birth: ee cummings in song (Soulpepper). His latest book, Subway Stations of the Cross, which was illustrated by Guno Park, is based on his acclaimed solo show. Born in South Korea, Choi grew up in Scarborough, and now resides in Toronto with his wife, Mari, and their two children, Poem and River.