At KLPac, a glimpse of the next generation of performing arts talent


KLPac’s Theatre For Young People ensemble will present 'The Emperor’s New Clothes Or How The Procession Has Got To Go On' at KLPac from Feb 10-13. Photo: KLPac

This week, local theatre group Theatresauce returns to the scene with the its first public showcase in two years. With an emphasis on bringing up the next generation of theatre directors, The Emerging Directors Lab aims to shape the voices and visions of new talents in the KL scene. Until We Catch The Dawn is a collection of five short plays from five local directors selected under the Theatresauce series.

“We were blessed to be able to spend almost two years together workshopping ideas and choosing the short plays for this showcase,” says Kelvin Wong, Theatresauce creative director.

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