Some Malaysian theatre makers are working beyond the live stage to move forward


Through online storytelling sessions, the KL Shakespeare Players reached out to hundreds of students last year, like these primary school pupils at SJK(C) Fook Yew 3 in Johor. Photo: KLSP

Signal the big theatre restart? The month of April is set to be a busy one for the performing arts industry, with live shows featuring audiences steadily making a return in the Klang Valley.

The major arts venues such as KLPac and DPAC have already put out live shows, while Five Arts Centre (a hybrid live/digital show), and Sutra Foundation (live performance with audience) are set to launch long-awaited shows.

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