Life after Covid-19: Can the show go on for Malaysia's performing arts industry?

  • Arts
  • Tuesday, 14 Apr 2020

KLPac is planning to cut its audience capacity by half once the MCO is lifted. Photo: KLPac

It is no surprise that the Covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent movement control order (MCO) – now extended until April 28 – imposed by the government has left many casualties in its wake.

With many institutions forced to temporarily put down their shutters, the economic diagnosis is not looking so well for them.

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