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Production description

In Yang Jung-Ung’s Hamlet, Gut(shaman ritual) is integrated with modern performance forms. By focusing on that many characters in Hamlet are entangled in conspiracy and obsessed with a desire for vengeance, Yang Jung-Ung captures the characters’ dark inner sides and interprets them as a Korean sentiment called ‘han'(an emotion of sorrow and regret). His Hamlet shows a ritual process to exorcise the characters’ deep ‘han’. The production is also filled with oriental images, atmospheres and experimental elements.

 

Director: Yang Jung-Ung

Place: Myeongdong Theater

Performance run: Oct., 30. 2009 ~ Nov., 08. 2009

Actors

Claudius – Jeong Hae-Gyun

Gertrude-Kim Eun-Hui

Hamlet-Jun Jung-Yong

Polonius – Kim Jingon

Ophelia – Kim Ji-Ryeong

 

Staff

Stage Design: Lim Il-Jin

Costume: Lim Il-Jin

Music: Lee Bum-Hun

Lighting: Yeo Kook-Koon

Choreography: Lee Jong-Seung

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    Hamlet

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    Seoul,Korea