Wonder/Wall: "Frankenstein" by Yee Eun Nam

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July 13
through July 18

 

 

Frankenstein

by Yee Eun Nam

Wind! Waves! A Crash of Thunder! Enter, Frankenstein. We’ve all seen and heard of the classic creature, but what if Frankenstein is one of us?
Wonder/Wall is an exciting and new immersive video performance series. Performances will be approximately 15 minutes in duration, and will take place within Bay Street Theater’s courtyard, which will be converted into a newly envisioned outdoor performance space created especially for this compelling presentation.

 

Yee Eun Nam is a visual artist and an award-winning set and video designer for opera, theater and any forms for live performances, currently based in Los Angeles. She was born and raised in Seoul, where she studied sculpture and metal craft. Recent regional theater design works include Legacy Land (Kansas City Rep), Found Musical (IAMA Theatre Company), Where the Mountain Meets the Moon (South Coast Rep), Aubergine (South Coast Rep), The Canadians (South Coast Rep), Black Super Hero Magic Mama (Geffen Playhouse), Sweat (Mark Taper Forum), Bordertown Now (Pasadena Playhouse), Citizen: An American Lyric (Kirk Douglas Theatre, Fountain Theater), Silent Sky (Perseverance Theatre), Sisters in Law (Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts), Las Mujeres Del Mar (Playwright’s Arena), Joy Luck Club (Sierra Madre Playhouse), Hannah and The Dread Gazebo (Fountain Theatre), Mountain Top (Garry Marshall Theatre), SAPO (Getty Villa), Mother of Henry, Members Only, Dementia, A Mexican Trilogy: An American Story (Latino Theater Company), Generation Sex and Lovesick (Teatro Luna). She has been creating digital content and video arts with San Francisco Symphony, Boston Lyric Opera, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Goodman Theatre, The Movement Theatre Company, Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre. She is currently working as one of the production designers of Close Quarters with Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra.

 

The 2021 Summer Season is made possible, in part, by the New York State Assembly, New York State Council of the Arts, National Endowment for the Arts, The Shubert Foundation, and Suffolk County Department of Economic Development and Planning. Sponsors include, but are not limited to: Advantage Title Air Hamptons, Baron’s Cove, Brown Harris Stevens, Blue Nectar Tequila, Channing Daughters, Corcoran / Mala Sander, Crescendo Designs, Dr. Dennis Gross Dermatology, First Coastal, Grenning Gallery, Hamptons Doc Fest, Jane Holden Brown Harris Stevens, Kulka, Monkey in Paradise Vodka, Oza Sabbeth Architects, Peconic Landing, Propane Depot, Sotheby’s, Staller Center, Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, The Awning Company, The Macallan, and Unlimited Earth Care.

 

 

 

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