Theatre Amoeba in Action

Workshops and creation around the globe.

The Jikji Theatre Project Blog

Attention Theatre Amoeba has another blog and website for the ongoing Jikji Theatre Project in Korea and France. The Jikji Theatre Project revolves around Theatre Amoeba’s physical exploration of Korean … Continue reading

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International Mask Theatre Comes to Korea

Originally posted on Word from the R.O.K:
Film, TV dramas and KPop are at the vanguard of Korean cultural content at the crest of the Korean wave.  Left…

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Jikji, printed 1377. Buddhist book of dharma teachings.

Originally posted on Buddhism now:
Jikji, the oldest existing metal-plate printed book, is composed of dharma teachings, hymns, eulogies, epitaphs, prose and poetry by the seven Buddhas, 28 Indian patriarchs,…

April 9, 2015 · Leave a comment

The Simplicity of “Let’s try it!”

The Imagination Project: Reflections, Thoughts, and Perspectives. To learn more about Amoeba Teaching Artists Ross and Amy click here. Working with Amy is always a joy, so, of course, to be teamed with her for … Continue reading

March 10, 2015 · Leave a comment

What Does IMAGINATION Mean to You?

The Imagination Project: Reflections, Thoughts, and Perspectives from Seul and Robin! Learn about Amoeba Teaching Artists Seul and Robin here. Theatre Amoeba’s IMAGINATION PROJECT was part of APAC Theatre: an annual … Continue reading

March 3, 2015 · Leave a comment

The Masks We Wear: Massage Therapy Students Learn Through Movement and Masks

July 28th, 2014- Julie Christensen “There are three masks: the one we think we are, the one we really are, and the one we have in common,” Jacques Lecoq said. … Continue reading

July 28, 2014 · Leave a comment

Service Design meets the Clown

Service design is the activity of planning and organizing people, infrastructure, communication and material components of a service in order to improve its quality and the interaction between service provider and … Continue reading

April 29, 2014 · Leave a comment