Malaysian theatre company bridges the live and digital divide with musicals

Badrika (left) and Joshua Gui playing the roles of Orked and Jason in the musical adaptation of Yasmin Ahmad’s 'Sepet'. The upcoming restaging at PJPac this month will feature Badrika and Joshua Anthony (as Jason). Photo: Liver and Lung

It is a good sign to stay busy and motivated in local theatre during these post-pandemic times. And musicals can help lift the mood.

Last month, theatre company Liver and Lung started the year on a bright note with the release its third musical recording based on the critically acclaimed book A Little Life by American author Hanya Yanagihara.

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