Instant Cafe Theatre revisits 'Air Con', a play about boyhood, dark discoveries

  • Arts
  • Monday, 20 Sep 2021

Instant Cafe Theatre's critically-acclaimed 'Air Con' from 2008 touches on the lives of teens in an all-boys schools, coming to terms with sexuality, bullying and social prejudice. Photo: Filepic/The Star

The Instant Cafe Theatre (ICT) is bringing back one of its most hard-hitting plays Air Con, which originally made its debut in 2008, for an online archive screening later this week.

The theatre show, written by playwright/singer-songwriter Shanon Shah and co-directed by ICT’s co-founder Jo Kukathas and Zalfian Fuzi, will be streamed via digital theatre platform CloudTheatre from Sept 24-26.

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