Death of a Theatre Maker
2021.07.06-07. Tue-Wed 8pm.
13+//55 min//20,000 won
With the help of an AI speaker, Disaster Diary is a documentary style performance that ruminates on a 25 year old tragedy experienced by theatre maker and performer Hong Sa-bin. The work is an attempt to approach more objectively the pure feeling of mourning by using various objects and a recorded AI speaker as a performer.
Member of Project Empty Space.
As an actor and creator, Hong Sa-bin is interested in making performances within an ensemble without hierarchies or fixed roles. Recently he has been interested in documentary theatre and lecture-performances and following the key phrase ‘empty space’. He rejects linear dramatic structures in favour of extending theatrical imagination.
2021. Composition/Direction of the music play <In Red Hair>, selected by Sanullim Classical Theater (Scheduled for 21.0818-0829)
2021. Invitation of artist to the 20th Seoul Marginal Theatre Festival, Writer/Director/Performer (21.07)
2021. Goyang Cultural Foundation Digital Theatre Selection – Multidisciplinary Art <A, Child> Director/Performer (21.0625-0627)
2021. Yeonhui Arts Theatre, Mosaic Festival Reading Play <The Principle of Cleaning> Re-creation/Direction (21.0515-0516)
2021. Miarigogae Arts Theatre Creative Platform MAP Selection Space Support Group (21.05~)
2021. National Theatre Company's repertoire <Cho orphan, Seed of Vengeance> Performer _ Jo orphan
2020. National Theatre Company Youth Drama <Athletic Genius to the Toes> Actor _ Jung Min
2019. Participated in the work development of the Korean Academy of Arts and Creativity Youth Drama Workshop
Writer/Director/Performer Hong Sa-bin
Dramaturg Yoo Yeo On
Directing Department Kim Seung-cheol, Kwon Do-gyun
Sinographer Dongwook Koh
Video Designer Song Jeong-eun
Stage Designer Seol Ye-jun
Lighting Supervisor Eunsong Lee
Lighting designer Hyejin Lee
Composer Shim Jun-bo
Sound Designer Wonman Lee
Sound Operator Jung Kwang-soo
Stage Manager Choi Jeong-hwan
Assistant Director Kim So-yi
A conversation with the audience will take place after the performance on 6th July.
Miarigogae Arts Theatre