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

  • Arts
  • Sunday, 04 Apr 2021

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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