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Haathee and Clowns

An exciting quest to find the golden fruit guarded by Vishnu!

Haathee and Clowns
  • Date2020.8.13 - 8.16
  • Time(Thu, Fri) 11:00 / (Sat) 11:00, 15:00 / (Sun) 14:00
  • PlacePlayhouse
  • Age LimitFor ages 5 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
An exciting quest to find the golden fruit guarded by Vishnu!
A king and a child meet in the desert. Will they find the golden tree?
Haathee and Clowns is an adaptation of an ancient story from India called “Life Fruit, Golden Fruit.” The story depicts a quest to find answers to fundamental questions about sacrifice, life, and death. The production utilizes a variety of elements including puppets, masks, shadows, beautiful music, and splendid costumes to depict the scenes from the distant land of India where many life stories cross paths.
※ The 2020 production of Haathee and Clowns is a revamped version of the Haathee and Clowns showcase (October 26, 2019, PlayHouse) under the 2019 ACC Asian Story Children’s Content Project.
Story
In the Desert of Death, beyond a mirage, stands a golden tree guarded by a god called Vishnu.

The golden tree bears Life Fruit and Death Fruit. King Gupta embarks on a journey to the golden tree, seeking the Life Fruit and its power to grant eternal life.

During the journey, the king meets a child named Aso, who seeks the Fruit of Death from the golden tree. Aso detests the king, for the boy had been separated from his family during a war waged by the king.
King Gupta and Aso overcome their differences and many obstacles during their quest to find the golden tree. Vishnu, the guardian of the tree, tries to stop King Gupta and Aso by any means necessary...
Cast and Crew
Produced by: Asia Culture Institute and Theater Company Tobagi
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Cast
  • Lim Haejeong, Song Eunjeong, Park Jeongwun, Kang Jungwon, and Ko Yeongwuk
Crew
  • Direction: Park Jeongwun
  • Dramaturgy: Park Jeongwun
  • Design: Theater Company Tobagi
  • Music Direction/Composition: Ki Chunhui
  • Stage Manager/Props: Ryu Sanggeun and Lim Hongsu
  • Costume: Cho Yeonja
  • Lighting: Beom Seoin and Mun Hyeoncheol
  • Sound: Do Seonin
  • Producer: Yu Eunhye
Theater Company Tobagi
Tobagi is a performing arts group based in Gwangju. The group has been focusing on original productions since its formation in November 1983. The members aspire to stay close to the lives of their neighbors, recreate their laughs and tears into theatrical works, and work toward the advancement of society and history.
Major Works
  • May of Kumhee, Peony Flowers, and The Red and Blue Thread
Note
  • For a more pleasant experience, children under five 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
  • 2020.6.26 - 6.28
  • * < Tree Child and the Flood >, Korea
Haathee and Clowns (Theater Company Tobagi)
  • 2020.8.13 - 8.16
  • * < 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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