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OF HOPE AND COURAGE

Distant Song
by Kiseung Rhee
directed by Jennifer Weir
Demons of Noto Hanto
by Jennifer Weir
directed by Rick Shiomi
September 14th-29th, 2002

 

Synopsis

Distant Song by Kiseung Rhee
directed by Jennifer Weir

A poor young man takes a journey to find the hermit of Bul-guk-san, a sacred mountain in Korea. Along the way he encounters a woman obsessed with scratching, a roaring river dragon and an aging odd couple.

Demons of Noto Hanto by Jennifer Weir
directed by Rick Shiomi

In one of the most famous Japanese folk stories, the villagers of Noto hanto stave off samurai marauders with wild dancing and drumming.

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GENERAL INFORMATION


DATES

September 14th-29th, 2002

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CAST

 
 

SHERWIN F.
RESURRECCION

Yi Yeong Hun, Takesada

KATIE
LEO

Iro Shil Pae, Maiko

ALLEN
MALICSI

Chal Moh, FEAR

EDWIN
STROUT

Lree Soh, Kenshin

DAVID
ROBERTS

Tokgabi 1, Saburo

 
 
 

LAURINE
PRICE

Tokgabi 2

CINDY
KOY

Tokgabi 3

A-YIA
THOJ

Obp Nin, Masa

MIREI
TAMAGATA

Ah Ea, Oyuki

KEN
UJIFUSA

Hermit of Bul-Guk-San, Soldier

 
 
 

KISEUNG
RHEE

Taro

 
 

PRODUCTION TEAM


 
 

BROOKE
DRAPER

Stage Manager

RICK
WILSON

Set Designer

JENNIFER
DEGOLIER

Lighting Designer

ALICIA
VEGELL

Costume Designer

STEVE
CARLINO

Sound Designer

 
 
 

JAZ
CANLAS

Sound Board Operator

MASANARI
KAWAHARA

Mask maker

KAORI
KENMOTSU

Choreographer

ALLEN
MALICSI

Composer

CHARISSA
UEMURA

Photography