September 13, 2011 during 2:00 pm
Environmentally accessible issues, that are famous as Green issues, are gaining recognition in Malaysia. While there might be a lot of skeptics in America about tellurian warming and tellurian impact on a environment, Malaysians in ubiquitous do trust that we humans have a shortcoming to a sourroundings that we live in. As such, there are now a series of immature policies that are followed not usually on a inhabitant turn though also during grassroots level, including no cosmetic bags days and an importance on reduce, reuse and recycle. Educating a younger era of course, stays a critical pivotal in ensuring that whatever changes that are done will continue to be built on and stretched in a future.
In light of this ,the Singapore Repertory Theatre, one of a heading entertainment groups in a region, in organisation with Adventure Theatre Washington DC, will be presenting a play about how a immature can go green, so to speak, and do their partial to save a world this September. The play is entitled Just A Dream – The Green Play and follows a antics of a immature child named Walter who is indifferent towards a environment. That all changes when he has a dream one night about how life will be for him in a future. The play, that was designed for younger audiences, is endorsed for 4 to 10 year olds, nonetheless all of us, both immature and old, could learn a thing or dual about how how we can assistance safety and strengthen this world we live in.
The play will run from 15th to 24th Sep during Pentas 1, klpac. Normal tickets are labelled during RM38 for weekday shows and RM63 for shows on weekends and open holidays. There are special promotions, including a family package cost of 4 tickets during RM132 for weekday shows and RM212 for weekend shows. Those who are meddlesome might call 03 4047 9000 / 9010 or travel in to klpac during Sentul Park for some-more information. Showtimes are scheduled as below:
15th, 19th compartment 23rd Sep – 10.00 am and 2.00 pm
16th compartment 17th and 24th Sep – 11.00 am and 2.00 pm