The Drawing Musical ‘Goghs’ is the first musical to include live drawing performances. It is this unfamiliar genre that attracts audiences with curiosity and excitement. This kind of new performance genre is called “Draform”, which is an abbreviation of the words drawing, drama and performance art. We can experience more of a sense of realism that cannot be offered from other more ordinary musicals. It deals with the story of a well-known painter, Goghs, and is based on his life spent in a psychiatric hospital. It delivers the message that knowing who you are and knowing what you want, will lead you to resume your spirit. Inspiring drawing performances and comedy meets to create a new genre of musical.
Date: 2014.03.20~ 2014.07.26
Place: Draform Theater
Running time: 80minutes
“The Pilgrim’s Progress” is a work of Christian literature, originally composed in the 17th century, which is still a best seller in our contemporary society. Now it has been re-introduced to us as a play. There are two parts in the play, but the two different parts are linked to each other and go together as a unified whole. The story is about the progress of the believer’s life and struggles. Through this play, audiences can understand the spiritual significance of the depictions in the story. It could give you the impression that the story would become heavy and instructive, but it does not just simply instruct the audience with spiritual messages. It also entertains us through its creative and imaginative storyline.
Date: 2013.10.10~ 2014.5.31
Place: Buk-Chon Art Hall
Running time: 100minutes
PLATEAU, Samsung Museum of Art is presenting a solo exhibition of the artist Jung Yeon-doo, entitled “Spectacle in Perspective”. He is acknowledged as one of the best contemporary artists in Korea. This exhibition focuses on the everyday lives of ordinary people showing the artist’s interest towards society. Jung’s work shows signs of trying to engage with society by emphasizing the long process of collaboration with a variety of people from different backgrounds. His work involves subjects about people’s dreams, wishes and passions, convincing the audience that what we can’t see is what we should be seeking for. Enjoy the exhibition, realizing and sharing the dreams of others and have a chance to think about the relationship between yourself and the individuals composing our society.
Date: 2014-03-13~ 2014-06-08
Place: PLATEAU, Samsung Museum of Art
Admission: adults: 3,000won
Time: Tuesday –Sunday: 10am – 6pm
“Le Week-End” is a 2013 British drama film directed by Roger Michell and written by Hanif Kureishi. The story goes like this. Nick and Meg Burrows is a married couple from Birmingham, both advanced in age and tension. They start a trip to the place they went on a honeymoon to, Paris, France, three decades ago to celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary. With the hope to rejuvenate them during the trip, takes a trip without any planned schedule. For the second time they visit Paris, everything has changed, but not themselves. They realize that all the great memories they have are from the times they have spent together. This movie can be depicted as a charming, sensitive and honest romance that people eventually fall into and share the emotions of the characters.
Running time: 93minutes
Director: Roger Michell< 저작권자 © 중앙헤럴드 무단전재 및 재배포금지 >