On the 7th of May, the 14th BOH Cameronian Awards was held at St. Regis, Kuala Lumpur. It was a gala of colour, personality and prestige – celebrating the performing arts industry in Malaysia in all its splendor.
Young, independent theatre-makers piece together Malay folklores into proud, contemporary musical.
MAHSURI, the mythical beauty whose legacy still lives in Langkawi today, once cursed the island upon being put to her death in the late 1700s. Her story is one of immense tragedy: envied intensely by her sister-in-law Wan Mahura, Mahsuri was accused of adultery in the absence of her husband (who was sent to war) and sentenced to capital punishment for a crime she did not commit.