Hah Nah: The Story of a Korean-American Nurse in the Korean War
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The last date listed for Hah Nah was Friday November 23, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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One of the most sacred taboos in theater is broken when mime and spoken word unite in Human Identity, a solo show from Christopher Vened. A star of Henryk Tomaszewski's world-famous Wroclaw Pantomime Theater, Vened was the toast of the Eastern European theater scene until he daringly defected while on tour in the West. In the decades since, he's become an influential force in the worlds of performance and training, writing a key textbook and teaching at UCLA. Funny, inventive and eye-opening, his latest piece of "monodrama theatre" is nothing less than a quest to figure out the meaning of human identity. Learn More
Allow extra time for parking. The show starts at 8pm and doors will close.info • Feb 23 2013 star this tip starred
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Featured review from lunarshakti
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I really, really wanted to like this play, but it was pretty awful. The story was a bore, the actress wasn't very good and the venue was pitiful. The actress spent the entire 75 minutes talking to imaginary people, but she does so in a way that isn't even plausible. She spoke so fast that it was painfully obvious that SHE didn't even believe that she was talking to someone else. She was just regurgitating lines — lines that were pretty bad at that. This play isn't even worth the $10 it costs to to see it.