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Behind the curtain of Toto
AFAR
12/12/2002

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“Toto”, a popular children’s musical about a boy who saves the planet Venus, will reopen for it second season on December 20 at the Dongsung Art Center. Once again, backstage tours will be given to 50 lucky audience members in each performance. The tours will reveal how the sound systems, lighting, and special effects work. Many parents are pleased to give their children a captivating experience that hopefully will stimulate their interest for culture. In a related note, children’s educational programs on theatre have been gaining increased enrollment since the opening of backstage tours; one such example is the Namsan Culture Excursion, held at the National Theatre of Korea.


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