Zombies. They were a hit in our media, especially the last decade. From Resident Evil to The Walking Dead, it was once a must have character in every fantasy media. Even our very own Mamat Khalid had a pick on it with his 2007 Zombi Kampung Pisang. This time around, theatre otai Khairunazwan Rodzy himself has put up a full length theatre play on zombies. Could it be a tribute to the late Dolores O’ Riordan? Who knows. But what we know for sure is that it is a fun way to showcase the work of his theatre workshop’s students.
REMEMBER those cerekarama and TV dramas you see on TV3? Slot Samarinda and Akasia and the lot of them? One I remember watching when I was younger was Dalam Hati Ada Cinta. That was the shit. Umie Aida and Ako Mustapha appeared in most TV dramas that time, and the whole Malaysia ‘shipped them wholeheartedly. And secretly, within the loving family, is a psycho mother-in-law who keeps tearing the girlfriend away from her spoilt boy.
In the small but homely space that houses Revolution Stage, a launching ceremony for a fundraising event was held.
WHAT haven’t we told you about Anomalist Production? Here’s a quick recap: a group of Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) students got together to do theatre last year and have since grown into the next big thing in Kuala Lumpur’s performing arts scene. And after the success of stagings like Skrip Untuk Ali, Bangsa, Home and Hotel, the group is back with an anthology of short plays titled Projek K³.