The best forms of art are the kinds that speak to you. The kinds that make you feel you’ve formed a sort of connection with the artist. The kinds that then leave you believing the piece was indeed made for you.
Marina Tan’s What Am I, A Bloody Banyan Tree? is one such piece.
WITHIN a simple countryside apartment, Goneril (Christina Orow) and Regan (Safia Hanifah) hold their little sister Cordelia (Marina Tan) hostage under the pretense of protecting her from their father’s ailing memory.
The Daily Seni brought Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS) student and T4YP-alumni Dean Shaari to watch Marble Hearts. Describing himself as a final year filmmaking student who enjoys performing arts and television, Dean reviews the play in this piece co-written with Deric Ect.
We’re not middle class enough for doubts.
FIVE Arts Centre‘s Cheras, The Musical concluded its run last weekend, after a successful two weeks at Theatre KuAsh. Many nights saw seats filled with relative ease, giving the impression that this is one of 2015’s bigger stage hits.