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The Stranger sits down with Jaha Koo Jan 15, 2020

"This generational divide extended into Koo's own work. He said the South Korean theater establishment, which thinks of the theater as "Shakespeare, Arthur Miller, and Molière," rejected his multimedia performances. Koo wanted to develop a contemporary Korean theater, one that welcomed the dramatic potential of technology, and one that could speak to younger generations.

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Cuckoo receives five stars in Daily Review Dec 17, 2019

"Cuckoo is both grimly factual and a personal witness to social and economic imperatives that are soul-destroying and eventually lethal. And they are not confined to South Korea. This intelligent, emotionally compelling production is as provocative as it is strange. Jaha Koo not only artfully stirs the rice, he stirs the pot as well."

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An Interview with Co-curator and Co-producer of Ten Tiny Dances®, Sara Jinks Oct 24, 2019


Photo credit: Kate Haley
Photo of: Dayna Hanson

 

An Interview with Co-curator and Co-producer of Ten Tiny Dances®, Sara Jinks

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Reflections on Water Will (in Melody) | Part IIII Sep 23, 2019

A response to Water Will (in Melody) by Isabella Nordstedt (Sept 19-22, 2019)

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Reflections on Water Will (in Melody) | Part III Sep 23, 2019

A response to Water Will (in Melody) by Emma Drapp (Sept 19-22, 2019)

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Reflections on Water Will (in Melody) | Part II Sep 23, 2019

A response to Water Will (in Melody) by Claire Kaplan (Sept 19-22, 2019)

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Reflections on Water Will (in Melody) | Part I Sep 23, 2019

A response to Water Will (in Melody) by Makenna Fojas (Sept 19-22, 2019)

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