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August 14, 2018

The New Play Project: Book 1 (Review)

One piece of advice I leave to you before watching The New Play Project: Book 1 is: throw your expectations out the window. When a group of playwrights, all unique in their own talents, influences and inspirations, get together and create a show, the best thing you can do is sit back and enjoy all the stories they have to offer. In our previous article on The New Play Project: Book 1, the director of KLPAC’s latest theatrical project Tung Jit Yang described the process of crafting these plays as the inside of a large Hadron Collider. The playwrights Adiwijaya Iskandar, Terence Toh, Ridhwan Saidi and Juno Hoay-Fern would meet each week and have ideas that [...]

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August 2, 2018

KLPAC brings you…The New Play Project: Book 1

From the director who brought you the phenomenal Losertown, KLPAC’s The Actor’s Studio (TAS) Director-in-Residence Tung Jit Yang is back to debut his year-long project – The New Play Project: Book One. From the 1st to the 5th of August, patrons and long-time fans of the Malaysian theatre scene can attend staged readings with some of their favourite playwrights. It is a series of anthological plays that will feature a surreal and dystopic world from Ridhwan Saidi, Mautopia; a nostalgic and painful tale by Adiwijaya Iskandar, known as Mixtape for Maz; Juno Hoay-Fern Ooi’s dark physical theatre piece, Plays Without Words & Action; as well as Terence Toh’s comedic Restless.

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July 21, 2018

An album of memories and old spaces: Azmyl Yunor’s ‘ampang park’

In December 2017, widely renowned Malaysian lo-fi rocker and all-around troubadour Azmyl Yunor released ampang park, a whole album he recorded only on his phone. While some purists may scoff at that idea, the album is the epitome of independence and thriving all on your own.

It is the musician’s call to make something special and intimate, a gift for long-time fans and a treasure for newcomers to stumble upon. Where previous albums like Wilayah (2012) are summer-y and fun in all its noisy glory – with Was Was (2015) following closely in that tradition – ampang park is a pleasant, and big, leap away from all [...]

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July 11, 2018

Dr Jason Leong: On Malaysian comedy, business flights and being ‘Ambitious’

Last month alone, funny man Dr. Jason Leong had performed at the Melbourne International Comic Festival and sold out several shows. He’s performed in India, Manila, Penang, Melbourne, Sydney, Singapore, Hong Kong and all across Malaysia. Jason has also appeared on Comedy Central Asia and won the title ‘Comedian of the Month’.

Those are just some of his many accomplishments. The homegrown Malaysian talent is consistently testing and outperforming himself and we see that clearly in his brand-new stand-up special Ambitious. If Jason’s track record hasn’t enticed you yet, be ready for new material more polished and [...]

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