Revisit a magical world of childhood memories at Are You Game, Sau(dara)?, a cross- Causeway double-bill created by Singaporean theatre company Bhumi Collective
and Malaysian director Fasyali Fadzly.
Five Arts Centre “Tiga” programme returned last week in collaboration with Asterik Anak Seni, produced by their leading lady, Farah Kamsari. The programme consists of 3 new short plays staged in 1 night, as seen in the first “Tiga” which showcased 3 new plays written by Sharifah Alesya. “Tiga Dalam Kepompong” on the other hand, embodies 3 plays directed by 1 director, Syafiq Syazim.
A story of a middle-aged woman fighting against societal expectations of marriage comes off sways from being accessible to a bit distant at times.
IN the late 1800s, Japan was overwhelmed by an influx of Western influence that Japanese arts and traditional crafts were in danger of disappearing. This was in the prosperous Meiji period, which came after years of famine and bad governance. Keen to address the situation, the emperor at the time established an organisation called the Ryuichi-Kai in 1879 to conduct art administration and handle the imperial household’s cultural affairs.