September 29, 2011 during 2:00 pm
The Actors’ Studio ends a month of Sep with FUSED, an initial behaving humanities series. FUSED will run from 29th Sep compartment 2nd October, and any night will offer something opposite in terms of artists, ideas and performances.
Here is what’s lined adult for this book of FUSED:
29 Sep – BACA: Rehearsed Reading
Is reading only reading? You’ll learn there’s some-more to a oral word during this small experiment. A rehearsed reading array focused on internal plays that have nonetheless been staged, baca serves as a height for playwrights to showcase their scripts, as good as a hide look to entertainment for a public. baca, ‘where we make scripts come alive’, is one of a projects helmed by The Actors Studio’s Actor in-Residence, Inessa Irdayanty.
Baca: 2 by 3
1. Apple Mint Jelly on Burnt Toast by Adeline Ong
2. Pabila Bulan Mengambang by Adeline Ong
3. Either/Or by Joshua Chong
4. Pastikan Lorong Anda by Joshua Chong
5. One for a Road by Nandang Abdul Rahman
6. Sudah Makan? by Nandang Abdul Rahman
30 Sep – Strumming to a opposite beat: The Electronic Issue
Electric is in, during slightest on 30th Sep when guitarists all barter their acoustic guitars for electric. Be prepared for some engaging sounds as a riffs of electric guitars combine with some-more informed sounds of a keyboard, wail and saxophone.
Kuning Sudar (Tears for Alaska), Phang, Tan Hwang (Citizens of Ice Cream), Brendan Angelo (Tic), Fadil (The Great Metropolitan Expressway) Fairus (Blur) on visuals
1 Oct – MyDance Alliance presents Dancebox
Dancebox offers a total package of initial dance to a assembly during The Actors’ Studio this October. This time around, a box is set to offer something some-more spontaneous nonetheless entertaining, while maintaining a possess singular temperament from prior offerings of bellydancing, ballet, Latin and butoh. Let’s open this box and find out what’s in store this October!
2 Oct – We Are Malaysian Made Movies
It’s film time with a slight turn this 2nd Oct with WAMM screenings. Known for screening things that never ends adult on internal TV or a cinema, and with a gusto of removing news about things that trip by internal publications, WAMM will shade dual brief films this time around.
“Love and Luksaah” by Mei (A Malaysian in New Zealand)
A finalist for Best Short Film in a Asian 1st Films Festival 2009 in Singapore, this is a story about dual men, a girl, and laksa, lots of it.
“Damaged Kung Fu” by Juliane Block (A German who creates films in Malaysia) *Debut Screening
The film will entrance during a Actors’ Studio and offer a assembly an movement comedy satire reverence to days of Bruce Lee.
Oh yes, that’s not all for a night, as WAMM will also underline a internal rope with a really engaging name, Once Upon A Time There Was A Sausage Named Bob. Formed on 25th Nov 2009, a band’s line adult includes womanlike vocalist Esty Richards, Jared Lee and his hermit Lee Wei Chen on guitar and drum respectively, followed by Anthony Lee on lead guitar and JC Lam on drums.
All performances start during 8:30 pm and takes place during The Actors’ Studio @ Lot10. Entry is by concession of a smallest of RM10.