PMC Production Co. and Broadway Asia
from Seoul, South Korea
School-time tickets may only be booked by Partner organizations.
Few Seats Left
Week of October 24 – 30
Live audio-description provided
This performance has live sign-interpretation.
What’s Cookin’? The explosive percussion show that sliced, diced and banged its way across the globe is back at the New Victory! Working against the clock to prepare a wedding feast, four zany chefs make a manic menu of nonstop, high-speed action that whips up into an all-you-can-eat frenzy of martial arts and Korean samulnori drumming. Every utensil (yes, even the kitchen sink!) becomes an ingredient in a recipe for havoc and heart-pounding rhythms so irresistible, you’ll be ready for a second hilarious helping!
Content Note: Some scenes contain loud music, drumming, sudden loud noises and flashing lights.
Skillful, high-energy, silly good fun
The New York Times
The show on stage is just one act of your family’s visit! Come early and stay after for free pre- & post-show activities and kid-friendly amenities—part of the New Victory Experience.
Three years into Cookin’s skyrocketing success, PMC Production Co. opened their own theater—South Korea’s first-ever venue dedicated to a single show. They now operate three exclusive theaters in South Korea and another in Bangkok, Thailand. There’s even a Cookin’-themed hotel! Together with their producing partner, Broadway Asia, they’ve toured Cookin’ to 57 countries around the world, delighting over 12 million people and decimating over a million vegetables along the way.
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Curriculum and activities
Inspire creative thinking with ready-to-implement, grade-appropriate activities
Led by New Victory Teaching Artists
Explore art forms and themes in the show in a pre- or post-show workshop
Plan your visit
Review Covid-19 safety guidelines, field trip information and ticketing policies.