Get paid: Malaysian theatre duo create an online ticketed streaming platform for shows

Members of Hands Percussion rehearse for a live streaming show at DPAC last month. Photo: Reuters

Cloud Theatres, a new online ticketed streaming platform, has emerged to fill up gaps in the Malaysian theatre industry in the wake of the pandemic.

It started when William Yap, a local theatre director/actor, wanted to help the theatre scene. He saw many theatre practitioners sidelined during the movement control order (MCO) with theatre venues shut.

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