How young theatre performers are negotiating identity, social belonging

The 'Don’t Like It Here? Then Leave' cast (from back, left) Adam Hamizan, Visshnu Varman, Timothy Leong, Ashvinder Kaur, Murasaki Haru and Chrystal. Photo: Theatresauce

Theatresauce's upcoming play Don’t Like it Here? Then Leave, which opens at KLPac on May 19 examines the different notions of home and our places of belonging, arguably induced by two years of pandemic restrictions and lockdowns.

The 80-minute play is directed by the Subang Jaya-based collective’s founder Kelvin Wong.

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