London-based Malaysian actor's virtual monologues welcome minority voices

  • Arts
  • Wednesday, 08 Apr 2020

London-based Malaysian theatre practitioner Law's online theatre performance 'Monologues From My Bedroom' is currently doing an open call and she would love for fellow Malaysian artists and audiences to get involved. Photo: Vincent Rosec

London-based Malaysian stage actor Vinna Law isn't allowing the Covid-19 pandemic to stop her from continuing work in theatre.

To the Ipoh-born Law, all that is needed to make theatre happen is a performer, an audience and a space... be it a virtual space now.

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