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Tedious, highbrow, downright scary . . .William Shakespeare's works can put people off, but give it a chance, says an Aussie who loves the Bard, for it's still relevant today.
Members of Malaysia's performing arts community have expressed concern over City Hall's newly-formed committee to evaluate scripts for theatre performances.The group, which included theatre performers, dancers, choreographers and scriptwriters said the stringent guidelines equal censorship.
Malaysian theatregoers recently had the opportunity to watch Claire Wong in a homecoming performance of sorts in I>Atomic Jaya/I>, which ended its run in Kuala Lumpur last week. ALLAN KOAY cornered the actress for her story.
The nation that laughs together, stays together? Humour, after all, can be a powerful unifying force. But can we laugh together? Is there a Malaysian brand of humour? PHILIP GOLINGAI and MARTIN VENGADESAN put on serious faces to find out.
Huzir Sulaiman#8217;s acclaimed satire, I>Atomic Jaya, /I>is back in a brand new production, much to the delight of local theatre-goers. Expect plenty of surprises, including the actress playing the lead role, Claire Wong, who last performed in Kuala Lumpur in 1989. ALLAN KOAY plays weapons inspector and burrows deep for the low-down on Wong and company.
City Hall has decided to no longer issue any performing licence to Instant Cafe Theatre Company (ICT) after the group refused to follow an order to revise the script of its sell-out show 'The 2nd First Annual Bolehwood Awards 2003 - The Director's Cut.'
Instant Cafe Theatre (ICT) will present yet another hilarious series of shows at the Actor#8217;s Studio Bangsar in Kuala Lumpur beginning Tuesday. The theatre company#8217;s founder and director Jo Kukathas steps out of her busy rehearsal schedule to talk to MARTIN VENGADESAN about ICT and its latest project.
What do you do to stage your very own play? First-time playwright Ridzwan Othman found out when actress- director Jo Kukathas got hold of his effort and staged it as a public rehearsal and workshop performance. VERONICA SHUNMUGAM witnessed the evolution at Instant Cafe Theatre's recent I>Raise the Roof/Ifestival.