Multidisciplinary theatre show ‘Hasrat’ explores the deepest human desires

  • Arts
  • Thursday, 18 Nov 2021

Sukania Venugopal will revisit 'Solo', a piece was written by Rebel Joseph and directed by Zahim Albakhri 26 years ago as part of a Drama Lab project. Photo: Handout

What did you desperately desire and long for during the past two pandemic years?

Lee Swee Keong, Nyoba Kan Butoh’s artistic director, grapples with this question - alongside six performing arts regulars - in a new theatre show called Hasrat, which opens on Nov 19 (8.30pm) at the Petaling Jaya Performing Arts Centre’s (PJPac) Nero Event Space.

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