The Seoul Players are putting on a production of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Those that want to perform along with the screening of the film should check out their Facebook Page
. The auditions are on the 1st and 2nd of September at Moonnight in Itaewon. The show will be on Halloween, but if you can't wait to see some sweet transvestites, check out this pretty great rendition by the Korean cast.
So needless to say I was really excited to go see some of my fellow foreigners, and one cool friend act out a great play, in a lovely location, on a nice summer's day- for free.
The play is being performed this coming weekend too (the 9th and 10th at 3pm) and I highly recommend seeing it.
I know it's the English Major in me, but I love Shakespeare. Murder, insults, wordplay, cross-dressing, and penis jokes - what's not to love? Even though I loved Shakespeare in High School- it made me feel super smart. Having a great professor for my Shakespeare class really did help. And even last year when a friend at my old job let me borrow her 'Shakespearean insult mug,' I was down right giddy. I mean, who doesn't want to learn lovely old phrases like 'canker blossom'.
Repeats every week until Mon Jul 25 2011 . Sunday, July 17, 2011 - 13:00
We are holding auditions for our TEN MINUTE PLAY CONTEST!
when: Sundays, July 17th and 24th, 1-5pm
where: Club After in Itaewon.
what: Cold read
(we will give you a script to read - no need to prepare anything)
We are looking for actors of all ages and nationalities to perform in our TEN MINUTE PLAY COMPETITION. Pieces range from comedic to absurd to tragic, from your neighborhood galbi place to a cafe on Mars, and each play is under ten minutes long!
Rehearsals will be scheduled according to availability.
(evenings and weekends, no rehearsals during vacations)
Performances: October 8th, 15th and 22nd at Club After in Itaewon.
(each ten-minute play will be performed on one or two Saturdays, so availability for all three is not required)
To book an audition, please email email@example.com
The ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ has aged nicely, considering it was copyrighted the same year I was born. The story is straightforward enough: geeky Seymour, an orphan taken in by Mr. Mushnik (left), and his ‘not-so-secret’ crush Audrey, both work at Mr. Mushnik ‘skid row’ flower shop. I was too busy taking photos to note how accurate the Korean subtitles were, but the Korean audience seemed to laugh in all the right places. His face isn’t visible in this picture, but the wino (center, on ground) is the only Korean actor in the production.