October 23, 2011 during 2:00 pm
How does it feel like to not be means to see your family or friends ever again? To be evicted from your possess nation even yet no crime was committed? This is what it means to be a refugee. As tangible by a United Nations Convention Relating to a Status of Refugees (UNCHR) of 1951, a interloper is tangible as a chairman who ‘owing to a probable fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a sold amicable group, or domestic opinion, is outward a nation of his nationality, and is incompetent to or, overdue to such fear, is reluctant to relief himself of a insurance of that country‘. Some refugees live a normal and gentle life in their new homes, others do not transport so well. One common thing that all refugees share is their adore for their possess country.
In partnership with UNCHR, The Actors Studio presents Life Sdn Bhd 7: REFUGEES, a seventh Life Sdn Bhd array that has been receiving good response from a public. This array will underline 7 bold group and women from Myanmar, Somalia and Sri Lanka, who will share their honest and constrained stories of their lives as refugees in Malaysia. Though they might have mislaid everything, these refugees, like a other many refugees seeking preserve in Malaysia, uncover an implausible bravery and stability to sojourn indifferent and certain in their will to survive.
Joining a refugees on theatre is Deborah Henry, who is a interloper rights advocate, and Susheela Balasundaram of UNCHR, together with singer-songwriters Ariff Akhir and Ian Chow. The Life Sdn Bhd 7: REFUGEES array will be hold from 26th compartment 29th Oct during 8.30 pm AND 30th Oct during 3.00 pm. Tickets are labelled during RM 33 for adults and RM 23 for students and TAS label holders. Viewers attending a preview night on 26th Oct will be charged a prosaic rate of RM 23 per entry. For some-more information, call The Actors Studio during 03 2142 2009 / 2143 2009 or record on to a website here.