Time for new ways of making and presenting shows, says Malaysian theatremaker

  • Arts
  • Monday, 04 May 2020

If there is a ready 'stay home' audience, virtual theatre shows and performing arts livestreams wouldn't be too out of place in the post-pandemic world. Photo: AFP

Kelvin Wong, arguably one of the most active theatremakers in the Klang Valley, is a pragmatist at heart.

The Covid-19 pandemic and the government’s movement control order (MCO) may have forced Malaysian theatre to go dark. It may very well be a long road to recovery.

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