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Saturday, March 25, 2017

Theatre & Performance

‘Accidental Death of an Anarchist’ to Run Next Two Weekends in Busan

Tim Bertucci, a theatre and Italian alum from Loyola University and the play’s director, is also the play’s translator.

St. Petersburg State Ballet on Ice to Perform Swan Lake

“Swan Lake” returns to Busan for three shows in two nights at the Busan Cinema Center, as many of Russia’s most skilled figure skaters...

Busan English Theater Presents ‘The Clowns’

The members of the Busan English Theatre Association are proud to announce their upcoming performance of The Clowns.

Notre Dame de Paris Revival Coming to Busan

The wildly popular musical, Notre Dame de Paris, is coming to Busan in March for a 10-day run at the Sohyang Art Center in...

All English Performance of “Cats” Runs Until Nov 16

The original production of the Broadway musical “Cats,” the second-longest-running musical in Broadway history, has begun running since October 31 for a three week...

Busan Does Texas

This weekend sees another not-to-be-missed performance by the Busan English Theater Association This weekend, the Busan English Theater Association adds yet anothet performance to its...

Knock Knock Indonesia Returns Next Saturday

One of the best international student performances each year, Knock Knock Indonesia returns for a third year next Saturday. Following the success of last year’s...

Uri Garak, Uri Madang Folk Performance Held Every Sunday

THE HAPS   The Busan Cultural Foundation will hold its regular traditional folk performance, Uri Garak, Uri Madang at Busan Citizens Park every Sunday from June...

Busan English Theater Association Returns with Glengarry Glen Ross this Weekend

BUSAN, South Korea -- This weekend heralds the return of the Busan English Theatre Association with a production of David Mamet's Pulitzer Prize winning play Glengarry Glen Ross.  The controversial play, showcases the hard-hitting style and grit of a group of real estate agents who will do just about anything to close a deal.  The play, later made popular by a movie adaptation starring Al Pacino and Alec Baldwin, featured an all male cast and some spectacularly vulgar language.  Set in 1980‘s Chicago, a flailing office of fading salesmen is shaken up by the arrival of a greed-mad shark from downtown.  With blood in the water, the shark tells the failing team to start closing or start packing.  It's every man for themselves as they betray, backstab, and cheat their way to survival.

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