The road ahead for the arts

‘The Memories’ by Orang-orang Drum Theatre. – TRBAN Photography

On June 22, when Senior Minister (Defence) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob announced that all cinemas, theatres and live events could resume operations beginning July 1, the arts fraternity breathe a collective sigh of relief at the thought of being able to “go back to work”.

The initial order of closed halls with no more than 250 individuals have since been further relaxed, of course with strict SOP in place.

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