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Her Hotel is an Official Selection at the Queens World Film Festival

 and made Honorable Mention with the LA Underground Film Forum.


“It blew me away... I was thrilled to experience a Chinese American artist’s work--something all-too rare in the theatre and I was greatly immersed in the trippy, surreal ambiance.... Every actor in the show had necessary moments of reality and intricate emotion with musical stylings reminiscent of the 1990s: Her (played by writer-composer Rebecca Lee Lerman, who originated the role in its concert and reading versions last year) reminded me of Alanis Morissette with a twinge of Lady Gaga: a raving compliment, trust me. This will definitely be a show that sticks with me.” -Destiny Whitaker Chatham Life and Style Magazine
Her Hotel, a Virtual Rock Dream, premiered at the Women's Theatre Festival 2020

Her Hotel WON Jury Selection: Outstanding Production

Plus, Outstanding Sound Design by Jessica Wu and Rebecca Lee Lerman 
Audience Choice: Honorable Mention, Original Music (Music and Lyrics by Rebecca Lee Lerman and Orchestrations by Matt Park) 
And Audience Choice: Best Direction by Jessica Wu 

Her Hotel, a Virtual Rock Dream (Previously titled The Heartbreak Hotel)

Book, Music and Lyrics by Rebecca Lee Lerman

Orchestrations by Matt Park



Reading: The Tank NYC, March 2nd 2019

Reading: Gallery Players: Overtures Series April 22nd and 23rd 2019




The Parkside Lounge: August 2nd 2019

Museum of Chinese in America: MOCA mic nights: August 10th 2018

Symphony Space, Bar Thalia: Sept. 6th 2018

Symphony Space, Bar Thalia: Songs of Otherness, April 26th 2018


A comatose, mixed-race Chinese American woman, dreams. Her body has become a hotel. She must navigate each room of her body, each room of her trauma, in order to heal. Toilets are broken and overflow. Pools freeze over and it starts to snow. Penises become snakes. Sometimes, she turns into a rock star. We heal by being seen, but adding the layer of social media, how do we form authentic ties in a society that makes it difficult to connect? This is one character's journey back to loving herself by seeking validation within.