Courtesy of my friend Paul Mór who teaches at Branksome Hall School in Jeju, South Korea, is my second quick share for today. Theatre in Korea is a publication from the Korean Arts Management Service which explores recent theatre history as well as contemporary playwrights and directors from the country. An unusual find in English, it is a great resource for any world theatre student. Korea has a rich performance history and has really embraced, integrated, made its own and adapted western theatre traditions to create a very distinct theatre landscape. Click the link above for a PDF download of Theatre in Korea. Enjoy.
Oh – I predict a few IB Theatre Students will be very happy to have this resource!
My thoughts exactly!
Pic = Yohangza Theatre Company, from Seoul. Great company. Good show what you can buy – https://globeplayer.tv/videos/a-midsummer-night-s-dream. Just found! Excited. They came to HK Arts Fest with this back in the day. I LOVED it.
Oh that’s great Paula What a find. We saw them too – it was great. We loved it too
Free here: http://globalshakespeares.mit.edu/midsummer-nights-dream-yang-jung-ung-2006/