Kedah's 'Mek Mulung' virtual theatre with a cast from different parts of Malaysia

Back in August, 2019, Zamzuriah Zahari, acclaimed traditional dancer, singer, actress and choreographer, had the entire Jalan Raja nearby Dataran Merdeka in Kuala Lumpur as a stage to introduce an authentic Mak Yong performance from Kelantan to city dwellers.

For that Panggung Rakyat series, she invited a few of her traditional arts mentors to join her for an eye-opening outdoor Mak Yong performance in downtown KL, which was organised by Cultural Economy Development Agency (Cendana) with support from city council DBKL.

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