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Daehangno Poster Session 6

After lunch at 이모네 and before seeing the interesting production of Brecht’s Badener Lehrstück vom Einverständnis by Hyoungjin Im (임형진) and his ensemble “Theaterraum” (테아터라움 철학하는 몸), once again some more posters caught my eye… In descending order: 5. Hamlet … Continue reading

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Daehangno Poster Session 5

After a nice meeting with a professor of theatre – where else, but in Daehangno (대학로), the “Mekka” of stageshows in Seoul – I strolled around a bit, had a look at the journals in the Korea National Archives of … Continue reading

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Daehangno Poster Session 3

I went to Daehangno in a long while. Rushing out of the subway, I took the occasion to make some pictures of current theatre posters that caught my eye. Here is my top-5, with official English titles in italics and, … Continue reading

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Daehangno Poster Session 2

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We went to Daehangno to see some theatre in quite a while. There was not much time before the show, as we also took a stroll through the interesting—and suddenly quite urgent—exhibition “A Journal of the Plague Year” (역병의 해 … Continue reading

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Daehangno Poster Session 1

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Every time I go to Daehangno, having little or no money in my purse, and nothing particular to interest me on shore, I wander through the small alleyways. I usually to lost somewhere between Arko Arts Center and Marronnier Park. … Continue reading

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Tales of Three Sisters (Taroo’s Pansori Hamlet Project, part2)

The Pansori Hamlet Project (판소리 햄릿 프로젝트) by Taroo had begun with an unusual encounter: Pansori singers meet actors, Hamlet meets us, today. An inquiry into Shakespeare’s piece and its protagonist, this first stage was about how we can understand … Continue reading

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Theatre Libraries in Daehangno

Today I spent some time at the archives. After the last of my students at Sungshin Women’s University (성신여자대학교) had finished her midterm exam, I had a short lunch and took the bus to Daehangno. This neighborhood has the highest … Continue reading

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