© NA Seungyeol
|Genre / City||Musical theatre / Seoul|
|Dates||5 May at 12:30, 6 May at 13:00|
|Venue||at Ellipse Theatre “DAENDO”, Shizuoka Performing Arts Park|
|Duration||95 minutes (without intermission)|
|Language||In Korean with Japanese subtitles|
|Direction, playwright and musical direction||PARK In-hye|
|Production||Pansori Azit Nohlaebox|
PARK In-hye is the master of Pansori, a National Intangible Cultural Heritage No.5.
Her main works include “Pilgeyongsa Bartleby”, “Pansori Othello”, musical “Aranga”, changgeuk “Beauty and the Beast”, “Gunjung Yeonhwa”, drama “Gumiho Recipe” and “Yeokjeok”. “Over the Crowd-singing of Pansori: Munjeonbonpuri” is the first production of Park In-hye, who has worked as an actor, writer and a music director and held recitals at the Doosan Arts Center in March 2021. The production was selected as the best work of ‘Next Wave,’ a creative music performance showcase for the Uijeongbu Music Theater Festival in May 2021.
2011-2012 Selected as the Next Generation Artist (AYAF) of the Korean Culture and Arts Committee
2012 The Forest of Anyksciai won Lithuania International Theater Festival’s Grand Prix
2013 Monthly magazine Auditorium selected ‘Young artist to lead the next generation’
2014 Won Forest Cultural Foundation’s Forest Culture Award
2018 Pilgyeongsa Bartleby won E-Daily Culture Awards’ Best Korean Traditional Music Award
Direction and playwright: PARK In-hye
Dramaturg: LEE Kyeong-hwa
Cast: PARK In-hye, YANG Seung-eun, LEE Ye-rin, HAN A-yoon, HWANG Ji-young, LEE Hae-won, SIM Mi-ryeong, CHO Bong-kuk
Music Director: PARK In-hye
Stage Design: PARK Dong-woo
Lighting Design: KIM Keon-young
Sound Design: KWON Tae-hun
Costume Design: KIM Young-jin (Chai Kim)
Video production: WOO In-je
Sound source: SEO Soon-sil Atrium (Jeju Province Intangible Cultural Property No. 13)
Assistant Director: LEE Eun-chae
Tour Manager: YOON Jin-sil
Producing manager: PARK Jenna, KIM Hee-Jung
Production: Pansori Azit Nohlaebox
Research and Workshop supported by DOOSAN ART LAB 2021 of Doosan Art Center in Seoul.
Supported by Uijeongbu Cultural Foundation, Korea Arts Management Service
◎Pre-Performance Talk: Starting 25 minutes before each performance in front of the venue.