Monthly Archives: April 2015

She She Pop and their Dads in Seoul: Theatrical Genealogies from the Family Album

When studying theatre in Berlin, back in the early days of this century, I loved seeing theatre that took itself serious—no make-believe, no drama, no night like any one before (disclaimer: I still do). At that time, performances by René Pollesch (Telefavela, … Continue reading

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The Mask Museum in Namhae

I wrote this post after seeing the amazing map of really important museums by Michael Schmalenstroer (see his blog), so far mostly in Germany, but destined to grow! In the fall break of 2010, I made a short trip down South … Continue reading

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Käthe Kollwitz and the Kokkiri

Today I went to Northern Seoul with my advanced German students to see some art by Käthe Kollwitz (케테 콜비츠). One of the most prominent modern artists from Germany—and one of the few women with a name in the world … Continue reading

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