Remembering Evangeline: 에반젤린을 회상하며 Concrete Temple Theatre
About the show
“It’s complicated.” Capturing the drama only love can bring, Concrete Temple Theatre’s world premiere unravels the knotty love story between a man in New England and the woman he left behind in Korea. Original composition, dance and visual theatre fuse in a bewitching landscape of dreams and desires, karaoke and kimchi, in the playful and profound odyssey of love, REMEMBERING EVANGELINE: 에반젤린을 회상하며.
The development of Remembering Evangeline has been made possible through the support of New York State Council on the Arts and New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. Subsidized studio space provided by the A.R.T./New York Creative Space Grant, supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Remembering Evangeline was developed through workshops at Dixon Place, NYC and Pontine Theatre, NH.
A Devised Work by Concrete Temple Theatre
Written and Directed by Renee Philippi
Performed by Carlo Adinolfi, Sook Kim and Eun Sung Lee
Design by Carlo Adinolfi
Choreographed by Sook Kim and Eun Sung Lee
Lighting Design and Stage Management by Casey McLain
Sound Design and Composition by Megan Culley
Dramaturgy by Eric Nightengale
Design Assistants Avigail Gutfeld and Chiara Johnson
Press Representation by Helene Davis
Image by Stefan Hagen