A non-verbal comic musical play
At Siri Fort auditorium
On 13th November 2018
Enjoy the shows at 02:00 pm and 07:00 pm
Rhythm of Korea beats the Delhiites’ hearts.
New Delhi, Korean Cultural Centre India, Embassy of the Republic of Korea brings to Indian audience the traditional rhythm and pulsating beat of Korea a non-verbal musical play which will be held in New Delhi, Siri Fort Auditorium on 13th November. Cookin’ Nanta is touring five cities in India: Vijayawada, Hyderabad, Chennai, Mumbai and New Delhi.
The play comically portrays episodes in a kitchen of a restaurant while using Korea’ traditional rhythm with contemporary music to create familiar sound for International audience and helps immerse into an unforgettable experience. The show has been showcased in India several times as a shorted version (30 mins), but for the very first time, it will be showcased as a full show (90mins).
It was created by Director Song Seung-hwan in 1997, who was also the executive creative director of the opening and closing ceremonies of the Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.
The internationally acclaimed non-verbal show has been performed for more than 20 years in 314 cities of 38 countries across the globe, and has entertained more than 10 million audiences, regardless of age. It has achieved great success in UK, Germany, even at Broadway in New York.
The grand tour co-organized and supported by Korea Foundation is creating new Korean waves and introducing High level performing art from Korea.
The electrifying performance of will be held New Delhi at 2pm and 7pm on 13th November 2018
After the Delhi show, they will perform at Royal Opera house, Mumbai on 20th and 21st November.
Kindly register on the following link for Free ticket: http://www.kf.or.kr/nanta.jsp
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