In D.C., Audiences Can Visit North Korea Without a Passport

North Korea is perhaps the most secretive nation on Earth. In a new one-man show, Next Stop: North Korea, NWU member John Feffer aims to bring you as close to as you can get without a visa and a ticket to Seoul.

The show is based on his visits to the country and work he did there. He will take you inside Kim Il Sung’s mausoleum, up the Tower of the Juche Idea, and out to the countryside. Feffer’s show will provide some insight into the hearts and minds of North Koreans themselves.

You can read a more in-depth preview at DCTheatreScene.com.

Next Stop: North Korea will debut at the DC Arts Center in Adams Morgan, located on 2438 18th St. NW, Washington DC on Friday, March 1 and run through the month.

Tickets are $20. You can order them online via the fair-trade ticketing company Brown Paper Tickets.

John Feffer is currently a director at Foreign Policy In Focus and editor for LobeLog.

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