Theatresauce‘s final Emerging Directors Lab showcase for the 2017/2018 season showcased four plays by four different directors. There are subtle highs and obvious lows – but what’s certain is that each director inserted their own style into the staging.
(If you haven’t checked it out head to this link and get yourself a ticket. This week is the final week!)
Due to the lack of common theme, the experience of going to this showcase was like a visit to a small gallery of genres. Two of the plays, namely The Light and Api, Jangan Lupa Api incorporates the [...]
Theatresauce ends their 2017/18 season through a showcase of plays by up-and-coming directors.
LIGHT. EVE. SOLDIERS. FIRE. is the result of almost a year’s rigorous training and two mini public showcases. It portrays a variety of creative processes, themes and styles while highlighting each of the director’s unique artistic identity.
Is society to blame for terrorists? How much does it actually take to turn a temperate person into a ‘monster’? We talked about all of that and more in our interview with Kelvin Wong, director of The Bee, and cast member Jonathan Chew, who plays one of the main characters, Ido. The Bee will be premiering tomorrow at Indicine, Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre, and will run for two weekends. More info here.
The best dark stories are told with a piercing balance of casualness and intensity, and this adaptation of Martin McDonagh’s play does exactly that. The wonderful people from Theatrethreesixty brings to you a breathtaking staging of The Pillowman.