La MaMa and CultureHub in association with SeoulArts present
A Few Deep Breaths
A Few Deep Breaths is a poetic reflection of this moment in our shared history and a meditation on the road ahead. A 77 year old and a 7 year old find themselves together, suspended in a liminal space where they begin to understand each other. Taking place between physical and digital worlds, A Few Deep Breaths explores human nature through a ritual process that interweaves the writings of Erik Ehn, Huntrezz Janos, Adrienne Kennedy, Haruna Lee, Chuck Mee, Robert Patrick, Christopher Rivas, music by Starr Busby, John Dyer, Justin Hicks, Woody Pak, and more.
There are two ways to experience A Few Deep Breaths. 1) Online: reserve a ticket for the livestream and receive a link to the custom, interactive streaming platform. 2) In-Person: reserve a ticket for a behind-the-scenes experience to witness the making of A Few Deep Breaths with a small audience in The Downstairs at La MaMa. If you are experiencing financial hardship, please email email@example.com to request a free ticket.
A Few Deep Breaths is developed in La MaMa and CultureHub’s Experiments in Digital Storytelling Program, which incubates story-driven art works that harness digital distribution platforms, expand online audience engagement, and push the boundaries of current artistic forms.
CULTUREHUB NY / LA MAMA
Writers: Erik Ehn, Huntrezz Janos, Adrienne Kennedy, Haruna Lee, Chuck Mee, Robert Patrick, and Christopher Rivas
Composers: Starr Busby, John Dyer, Justin Hicks
Performers: Agosto Machado, Leah Ogawa, and Maria Camia
Puppetry: Tom Lee
Sound Designer: Larry Chang
Creative Technologists: Shawn Van Every, Aidan Nelson, Sangmin Chae
Technical Director: DeAndra Anthony
Camera Operator: Pearse Redmond
Technicians: Aaron Conover, Harshal Alurkar
Creative Producers: Billy Clark, Mia Yoo, Mattie Barber-Bockelman
CULTUREHUB KOREA / SEOULARTS
Creative Producers: Ji-Young Kim, Woody Pak
Music: Woody Pak
Puppetry Advisor: Sungha Hwang
Puppeteers: Chang Kyu Park, Seong Ryoung Park
Movement Advisor: Daniel Irizarry
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