April 20, 27, May 11 & 18
6:00pm – 9:00pm
1933 S Broadway Suite 1128 Los Angeles, CA 90007
In this workshop studio course, students will create and develop a non-linear story from a character biography and then produce a one-act show from it. Through multi-media and experimenting with the art of time, students will re-invent the one-person stage show format into an ensemble performance. Students will work in small teams and will be immersed in the creative ideation and development process and production conceptualization and organization.
* This class is primarily for students at the Seoul Institute of the Arts, Korea but is also open to the general public in Los Angeles. If you are interested in attending please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Teaching Artist:
Christine Yoo - directed, produced, and wrote her debut feature film, "Wedding Palace" and licensed the film for N. American distribution to Warner Brothers and Gravitas. After a 12-week US theatrical run in 6 major markets, the film can currently be seen on Amazon and numerous VOD/SVOD platforms. Internationally, Yoo licensed the film for theatrical distribution in Southeast Asia and Korea, global SVOD platforms, satellite and cable TV, and several airlines and sell-through markets. She co-wrote the anime series "Afro Samurai" starring Samuel L. Jackson for Spike/Fuji TV and original feature screenplay "For Steppers Only", optioned and developed by Lionsgate. She was senior producer and writer for public media organization KCETLink TV developing and producing "Mosaic", a docu-news show for broadcast and online framework funded by The Henry Luce Foundation. Currently she is developing a feature documentary and film on a marathon that takes place inside San Quentin Prison.