Hwalan is cast in the SUPPORTING role of CAMILLE.
Written and directed by Cody Knotts.
Produced by Kirk Holman, Alexandra Malick.
Based on the critically acclaimed autobiography, Death Letter: God, Sex and War, of Rev. David Peters as featured on NPR, The Huffington Post and Fox News.
“…Hwalan Shub, as the vulnerable Echo, … the most distinctive of the naiads..”
-The New York Times
Hwalan will play the LEAD, Sgt. Change, a suicidal combat veteran struggling with PTS and attempts to reintegrate into civilian life upon homecoming. Performed with veterans for veterans.
John Jahnke’s lurid meditation on eros and power will have its world premiere in December at the BAM Fishman Space. Hwalan plays a ECHO, a profound, innocent and detached water nymph in this new work based on the ancient Greek myth of Hylas and the nymphs, resuscitated as a bacchic parade of fragmented poetry, psychosexual intrigue, and dance-theatre-cum-art-installation.
BAM Next Wave Festival (premiere) Dec. 9-12, 2015
Hwalan attends a one week artist residency at Mt. Tremper Arts to work on ALAS, THE NYMPHS. Mt. Tremper (preview) Aug. 14-15, 2015
Hwalan is cast as ECHO, a LEAD nymph.
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