Theatre: truth, lies and man-eating coyotes set to tango on KLPac stage

  • Arts
  • Monday, 11 Apr 2022

A rehearsal image of Tania Knutt (right), who plays Nana in new theatre production 'Coyotes' at KLPac. Photo: Theatresauce

Theatresauce’s upcoming original play Coyotes, which opens at Indicine, KLPac on April 13, offers a timely study on misinformation and the idea of subjective truth in these pandemic times.

This production, directed by theatre director Alex Chua, is the Subang Jaya-based collective’s first major show in two years.

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