A Murderous Theater, re: play

Jane Shakl승인2018.12.25l수정2018.12.25 13:01l366호 1면

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 There was a drama called “A Murderous Play” held at the Humanities Hall theater on 28nd of November. This performance was organized by the students from Special Education and in this whole performance they used sign language to deliver every single message to the audiences.

 Before the drama start, the juniors and seniors from Special Education preformed some famous K-pop songs with full sign language. Moreover, there were 8 different roles played in this drama. 4 of the students were the members from Drama Club and another 4 of them were playing the role of the detective. In this drama, they used sign language with a pre-recorded voice. The story of the drama was a club member be murdered and the detectives were finding who is the murderer.

 The drama separated into 2 parts and when the first part finished, they prepared a corner for the audiences to play some mini games and the winner will be received some small presents. At the end of the drama, they played the behind stage and the thoughts of the actors and some words for their seniors. This performance not only show how much they learned and worked for it, also taught the audiences mouth is not only the way to deliver thoughts, there is still a way to communicate with people.


Jane Shak  dankookherald@gmail.com
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