Dive into the dark corners of the mind with 4:48 Psychosis


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  • Friday, 03 Nov 2017

Low (left) and Chua in a charged scene from 4:48 Psychosis.

Theatre director Kelvin Wong isn’t afraid of confronting nightmares and difficult issues. In 4:48 Psychosis, Wong revisits a challenging theatre work that enters the mind of someone dealing with clinical depression, getting an intimate look at an individual’s memories, fears and aspirations.

The play, written by the late British playwright Sarah Kane, has been described as a highly personal, highly subjective look at a case study of depression. 4:48 Psychosis’s unique, non-realistic, non-linear style, however, has influenced and affected many people over the years.

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