- When: Saturday, 16 December 2017
Dates: Saturday 16th December
Times: 8.00pm - 10.00pm
Where: Ruskin Hall, Emerson College, Forest Row, RH18 5JX
Tickets: Nana Woo is working with a new concept for ticket payments, which she is calling: GIFT Ticket (Pay it forward). The previous audience has already paid for your tickets for this performance. After the performance, you decide how much you want to give; in this way, everyone who comes can decide how much they wish to contribute according to their own financial situation - and your donation goes to the tickets for the next audience!
A storytelling and eurythmy performance with Nana Woo.
Former Emerson student Nana Woo has created an extraordinary record through storytelling and eurythmy of her own artistic and personal odyssey:
“I left Korea, I was in Israel and I met my first love. I wanted to be a peace activist. But how can I pray for peace in the world while I have a conflict with my beloved? When we step into the light, we start to cast shadows. Jealousy. Fear. Mistrust. Possessiveness. Insecurity…. What is Love?”
Nana Woo has toured this performance throughout the UK and abroad and now brings her show to Emerson College. With Felipe Vignolo (guitar) and Anna Cooper (viola). Directed by Vasile Nedescu.
About Nana Woo
Nana Woo was born in Korea and came to the UK to study at Peredur Eurythmy and the International School of Storytelling at Emerson College.
Nana is the coordinator of the Youth Section UK of the Anthroposophical Society in Great Britain and the project manager of 'UNIBUS'. She is currently touring in various countries with her one-woman show 'What is Love?, plus a street art project, 'Eurythmy Pilgrimage', and is also giving Social Eurythmy & Storytelling workshops for young adults and teenagers.