I Just Come out to See You

Theatre Company Nolddang

널 만나러 무작정 나왔어 (가제)
  • Director Zin-a Choi
  • Release date further notice
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  • Premiere 2020. Seoul Performing Arts Festival
  • Rating 15 and over
  • Duration 80min.
  • Video channel Naver tv
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Nobody tells me why we need to go through this
What on earth has come to us?

During the preparations for a performance, coronavirus causes the situation of a pandemic. Rehearsal rooms are closed temporarily, with shows being postponed indefinitely. It is impossible to predict if it is possible to do theatre while practicing social distancing, or what human encounters should look like from now on. The desire to meet, however, becomes more and more evident.

What can be dreamed in lockdown?
How can we, who practice theatre, meet one another?

Director
Zin-a Choi Zin-a Choi

Director who experiments theatre art, reading relevant issues with curiosity and provocation


Zin-a Choi began to earn recognition in the theatre scene when she founded Theatre Company Nolddang and wrote and directed her own works. If her initial focus was, dealing with romantic relationships, women as existential agents or agents of desire as well as their uncertainties, she is now expanding the horizon of her theatrical world, making bolder attempts to dramatically suggest her investigation on human relations, experience and awareness of travelers, or her reflections on physical objects or perceptual experience itself.

Credits

Director | Zin-a Choi
Lighting Design | Sung-gu Kim
Cast | Yong-jun Kim, Jun-young Lee, Chi-hun Song, Gang-hyun Choi, Seo-han Lee, Guan-sik Kim, Ji-youn Moon Dong-hyun, Seo Sae-Rom Han, Tae-hyun Lee

Theatre Company Nolddang

Founded in 2004, Theatre Company Nolddang reveals the unseen with their sensibilities towards the everyday life and observations of our times, proposing new perspectives to the audience with distinctive messages and themes. They are continuously exploring theatre with the hope that theatre will be a sensitive and extraordinary experience for the audience.

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