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Three Friends

A theater production for children that asks that the one question that adults have long forgotten, but children are always curious about.

Three Friends
  • Date2020.6.4(Thu) - 6.7(Sun)
  • Time(Thu, Fri) 11:00 / (Sat)11:00 15:00 / (Sun) 14:00
  • PlacePlayhouse
  • Age LimitFor ages 4 and older
  • Person130
  • Price All seats KRW 10,000 ※ Early Bird Discount: Feb. 2 (Tue.)-Mar. 8 (Sun.); 20% off (KRW 8,000)
  • TicketACC Website / Call Center / Ticket Booth
  • Contact+82-1899-5566
About
Three Friends is a theater production for children that asks one of the questions that adults have long forgotten, but children are always curious about.
“A Story of Three Friends” is a folktale of Kazakhstan nomads that answers children’s questions about nature through cuddly baby animal characters.
This simple yet beautiful story celebrates nature, life, and the wisdom of Kazakhstan and its people. Even though it takes place in a strange land, the story evokes a familiar sentiment that we can all relate to. The wonderful “simplicity” of the story also has implications for our questions about puppet theater creation. We hope this production will awaken the inner child in grown-ups and connect with our young audiences.
 
※ The 2020 production of Three Friends is a revamped version of theThree Friends showcase (October 23, 2019, Playhouse) under the 2019 ACC Asian Story Children’s Content Project.
Story
“Where does the Sun hide beyond the mountains every night?”
A baby goat, a baby lamb, and a baby cow sneak past shepherds and set out on an adventure across the great plains. Their goal is to find the answer to their question: where does the Sun hide at night?During the journey, the three friends face many obstacles and crises, which culminate with an encounter with a wolf. After overcoming the obstacles, the friends return home across the vast land.  Everything seems fine... except for one small problem. What could it be?
Cast and Crew
Produced by: Asia Culture Institute and INS Puppet Theatre Lab
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Cast
  • Park Jaehong, Kim Taeyu, Choi Incheol, Jang Yeji, Kim Seongil, and Ha Sangoh
Crew
  • Direction and Adaptation: Shin Inseon
  • Dramaturgy: Yang Sugeun
  • Composition/Music/Sound: Ha Sango
  • Stage Manager: Sim Chaeseon
  • Props: Park Hyeoni
  • Costume: Park Soyeong
  • Lighting: Beom Seoin
  • Producer: Lee Jaehwa
  • Assistant Director: Song Yeongsuk
INS Puppet Theatre Lab
INS Puppet Theatre Lab is an experimental theater company that utilizes puppets, masks, and objects to broaden the horizon of the theatrical imagination. With a firm belief that the magical power of life can be found hidden in the most ordinary and mundane things, the company members study the theatrical possibilities of puppets, masks, and objects to discover new stories and styles and create unique and sophisticated productions that both young and adult audiences can marvel at.
Note
  • For a more pleasant experience, children under four are not allowed in the theater. Customers with children may be asked to present a document indicating the children’s birth of date. Please have the document ready. A child under said age is not allowed in the theater even when accompanied by a parent or an adult guardian.
  • For this production, a single person can book up to four tickets.
  • In order to ensure the best experiences for our visitors, the Asia Culture Center maintains a strict policy on age restrictions, late arrivals and photography during performance. You are liable for the issues caused by your failure to fully adhere to the theater regulations.
  • You can claim or purchase tickets from one hour before the show. The theater opens 30 minutes before the show begins. Once the show begins, you may not be allowed to enter the theater. Please make sure to arrive at the theater at least ten minutes in advance.
Full Schedule
The Asia Culture Center helps children develop their imagination and understanding of cultural diversity by producing and presenting theatrical projects that utilize the rich cultural resources at the center.

The ACC Asian Story Children’s Content Project features productions created by selected artists based on Asian stories. The productions were showcased in October and November 2019 after workshops and mentoring sessions. Between February and July 2020, the ACC presents the final versions of the productions, which improve on the showcased versions based on feedback from audiences and experts.

The featured theater productions will help young audiences broaden their imagination by familiarizing them with stories from Kazakhstan, India, Tajikistan, and other Asian countries. We look forward to seeing you at the theater!
Full Schedule
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Tree’s Child
  • Mar. 26(Thu.)-Mar. 29(Sun.), 2020
  • * < Tree Child and the Flood >, Korea
Haathee and Clowns (Theater Company Tobagi)
  • Apr. 2 (Thu.)-5 (Sun.), 2020
  • * < Life Fruit, Golden Fruit >, India
YEON – The Story of Monster (The Befu)
  • May 2 (Sat.)-5 (Tue.), 2020
  • * < A Story of the Monster Named Yeon >, China
Three Friends (INS Puppet Theatre Lab)
  • Jun. 4 (Thu.)-7 (Sun.), 2020
  • * < A Story of Three Friends >, Kazakhstan
The Magic Fountain (Story Beyond)
  • Jul. 16 (Thu.)-19 (Sun.), 2020
  • * < The Magic Fountain >, Tajikistan
* The above programs are subject to change. 
Place Info.

ACC Children, Playhouse

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