Chronicled within Living the Legacy, Jean Lee depicts real life moments in very short true stories that tell of circumstances to which you can relate.
Living the Legacy is a snapshot view of everyday family situations. You'll meet some of Jean Lee's family members as the stories unfold. You'll especially find the Lord in the details because every story leads to Him.
Written in an easy-to-read, conversational style with a Southern flavor, Living the Legacy can be used as a devotional or read in its entirety.
Set in East Tennessee, Living the Legacy portrays Jean Lee's family triumphs, struggles, and everyday routine. Observe the Father weave each thread of life experience into a beautiful tapestry.
Discover God's personality and essence in Living the Legacy. Enjoy His goodness. Encounter His attributes:
Grace and Forgiveness
Encouragement and Healing
Love and Gentleness
Guidance and Glory
Comfort and Mercy
Provision and Protection
The Father has given you a life to live. With fast paced lifestyles, the inspired Word of God provides power for living life as a child of the King.
God chose you for a time like this and desires for you to experience His abundance by living His legacy.
Based on his past history of squandering his allowance, can Jeffrey get his parent's approval of starting his own business? Will his business aid him in making enough profit to purchase his desired treasure: that special watch?
Jeffrey and Jasmine have dilemmas. They form an alliance to solve their problems to avert getting into hot water with their parents. Discover how Jeffrey and Jasmine maneuver to handle the turning point that is unavoidable. Will the turning point lead to an unexpected surprise?
The fetters and shackles of tradition have been shattered. A path for self-actualization has opened up. Women in mainland China have experienced great changes, and struggled with conflicts between traditional heritage and modern values. Ever since reform and opening up in 1978, the rapid emergence of women in leadership roles in business has paralleled significant upheavals in the Chinese business landscape.Offers a new perspective on leadership using examples from successful woman leaders in Chinese business Includes seven unique case interviews with successful women leaders in ChinaProvides an overview of China’s business environment over the past 30 years and the challenges unique to entrepreneurs working in China
"Young Jean Lee will give you whiplash. Her ability to stake out aesthetic territory and then abruptly abandon it makes her unpredictable; her tendency to excel at each new genre makes her terrifying. In the enormously touching cabaret-style We're Gonna Die, Lee jettisons everything that has armored this au courant young playwright against the world. . . . Lee purchases our hearts with her bravery's own coin."—Time Out New York
Inspired by her personal experiences with despair and loneliness, the Obie Award–winning playwright-provocateur and her band Future Wife create a life-affirming show that anyone can perform, about the one thing everyone has in common: we're all gonna die. Each book includes a CD of all six songs and eight monologues performed by David Byrne, Laurie Anderson, Adam Horowitz, and others.
Young Jean Lee has been hailed as "one of the best experimental playwrights in America" by Time Out New York. She has written and directed nine shows in New York with Young Jean Lee's Theater Company and toured her work to over twenty cities around the world. Her other plays include The Shipment, Lear, and Songs of the Dragons Flying to Heaven. Awards include two Obies, the Festival Prize of the Zuercher Theater Spektakel, a Prize in Literature from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and a Doris Duke Artist Award.
There, Carmel meets Caesar Almalto, a black-market kingpin, and Jerry Cassidy, a musician who helps her and hopes to win her love. Nightclub life, lust, and murder swirl around her, as does her tenuous relationship with Phillip, who leaves as a commissioned officer aboard the first hospital ship in the Pacific theater. A family crisis threatens to destroy Carmel's dreams when she is called home to San Jose to manage the family's 1,100-acre ranch during the war.
The Stone Must Break tells the saga of two families, the St. Johns and the Barrons, as they grapple with tragedy, love, and responsibility in a world at war.
“Lee is a facetious provocateur; she does whatever she can to get under our skins—with laughs and with raw, brutal talk . . . [and with] so ingenious a twist, such a radical bit of theatrical smoke and mirrors, that we are forced to confront our own preconceived notions of race.”—Hilton Als, The New Yorker
With The Shipment, her latest work taking on identity politics, Young Jean Lee “confirms herself as one of the best experimental playwrights in America” (Time Out New York). The Korean American theater artist has taken on cultural images of black America, in a play that begins with sketches of African American clichés—an angry, foul-mouthed comedian; an aspiring young rapper who ends up in prison—and ends with a seemingly naturalistic parlor comedy, which slyly reveals the larger game Lee is playing, leaving us to consider the many ways that we see the world through a racial lens.
Young Jean Lee is a playwright, director, and artistic director of her own OBIE Award-winning theater company, which as been producing her plays since 2003. Her other works include Songs of Dragons Flying to Heaven, Church, The Appeal, and Pullman, WA, and they have been produced across the country and internationally.