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Closed April 1, 2011

JUMP is the most fun I have had in a theater in ages!

Time Out NY

Why See Jump?

Set in an average Korean home, JUMP is centered around a typical but dramatically agile Korean family – from the authoritarian grandfather, drunken uncle and Tae Kwon Do-chopping mother to the incongruous daughter’s suitor.

Each member is a martial arts expert, possessing championship level of Taekwondo, Taekkyun and gymnastic skills. They enjoy nothing more than challenging each other to martial arts showdowns, displaying their awe-inspiring expertise.

The plot thickens when two burglars break into the house in the middle of night - one a sleek, mean villain, the other a plump, bumbling idiot – complete with rather scary hair! When the family discovers the intruders, a mighty battle ensues.....


Running Time:
90 minutes, with no intermission

Audience:
Appropriate 4+
Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
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Performance date: 19 May 2011

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