Some articles on mask plays, plays, play:
... generation until the invention of Hangul (han'gul)--ballads, legends, mask plays, puppet-show texts, and p'ansori ("story singing") texts ... The mask plays are found in Hahoe, Chinju, T'ongyong, Kimhae, and Tongnae in North and South Kyongsang provinces Yangju in Kyonggi Province Pongsan in Hwanghae ... The most representative plays are the sandae kuk genre of Yangju, the pyolsin kut of Hahoe, and the okwangdae nori (five-actor play) of Chinju ...
Famous quotes containing the words plays and/or mask:
“He that plays the king shall be welcome.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“In the event of an oxygen shortage on airplanes, mothers of young children are always reminded to put on their own oxygen mask first, to better assist the children with theirs. The same tactic is necessary on terra firma. Theres no way of sustaining our children if we dont first rescue ourselves. I dont call that selfish behavior. I call it love.”
—Joyce Maynard (20th century)