Collected thoughts on dramaturgy


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June 1, 2020

At least one good thing about the deadly virus is that it has taught me to ask a fundamental question, to go back to the basics in life and to look for the true value of what I live for. [...] I have never questioned the raison d’être of theatre because I love it and i...

May 31, 2020

From the talk series on ‘Post-Corona Age – Novo Sapiens’ presented by CHUNG Kwanyong on CBS, I found some interesting keywords for our time: Digital Platform, Phono Sapiens, New Hippies, untact lifestyle, and vulnerable class.

May 30, 2020

What we should look for must not be CPR steps to save the dying conventional theatre. We need to find out about the possibility of giving birth to a new form of theatre, probably a hybrid of live performance, digital theatre and online gaming.

May 29, 2020

Seventy years ago, in June of 1950, the NTCK was closed due to the Korean War, just two months after its grand inaugural production. The closure continued for more than 2 years. Seventy years later, in the 70th anniversary year, we are at war again, this time with the...

May 28, 2020

Contemporary theatre has been trying to reduce the barrier between artists and audiences, particularly in the last couple of decades, but now we should keep 2-meter distance between the stage and the auditorium.

May 27, 2020

We had seven group interviews with five candidates each, over seven hours. There were only two young men among the thirty-five. Obviously, women are becoming the major force in the arts – though I was the only woman among the interviewers.

May 26, 2020

Today, the 25th of May, was supposed to be the day that I and my producers would greet the technical team from the Vakhtangov Theatre, which were planned to visit with their legendary production of Uncle Vanya directed by Rimas Tuminas. I wonder how the Russian theatre...

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