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January 31, 2012 during 12:00 pm

Parah‘ tells a story of 4 Form 5 students who are study in Kuala Lumpur. Melur, Hafiz, Mahesh and Kahoe are a best of friends notwithstanding entrance from opposite races. They positively adore unresolved out together and can mostly be found during Melur’s house, possibly study or only spending time together. These 4 youngsters are a summary of a ’1Malaysia’ judgment that everybody has been perplexing to maintain among a youths today.

One day, Melur detected that a page from a novel novel belonging to her mom had been ripped out. Curious to find out who did it, she approached her 3 friends though to no relief as all of them denied doing a deed. Piqued by Melur’s insistence on anticipating out a truth, a boys also turn extraordinary as to a essence of a ripped page from a novel entitled ‘Interlok‘. The 4 find themselves bombarded with many questions as they puncture further, questions that touches their personal identities. What energy does a word have in moulding reality? Is county nationalism probable in any multitude that is spooky with race?

The expel of ‘Parah’. This provocative play will be function during KLPAC from 1st compartment 6th Feb 2012

This play is desirous by Yasmin Ahmad’s final film, ‘Talentime‘, as good as Abdullah Hussein’s novel, ‘Interlok‘. A funny, provocative and relocating production, a play asks obligatory questions about love, home and belonging. ‘Parah‘ is presented by Instant Cafe Theatre Company and will be staged from 1st compartment 6th Feb 2012 during Pentas 2, Ground Floor, The Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre. Performances are scheduled as below:-

1st compartment 6th Feb 2012 during 8.30 pm AND 4th 5th Feb during 3.00 pm

Tickets are labelled during RM 38 (flat rate) for shows on Wednesdays AND RM 48 for shows on Thursdays to Sundays. The play is achieved in Bahasa Malaysia with English surtitles. For some-more information, greatfully call Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre @ Sentul Park during 03 4047 9000 or The Actors Studio @ Lot 10 during 03 2142 2009 / 2143 2009.

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Birdian Quartet and Sax Friends

January 14, 2012 during 2:00 pm

When one thinks of saxophone music, one of a initial things that comes to mind is Kenny G. For years, Kenny G has entertained us with many of his splendidly relaxing and interesting well-spoken saxophone pieces. Though saxophone song might not be really most in character these days, a song never fails to elicit a clarity of assent to those who hear it.

The Birdian Saxophone Quartet consists of Ian Chan Wing Hang, Richard Goh Hao Tian, Foo Yee Lee and Cheryl Mah Yiing Chiau

If we are a fan of well-spoken jazz music, afterwards there is a possibility that we would already know how song from a saxophone party sounds like. A saxophone party is customarily done adult of one B soprano, one E alto, one B effort and one E baritone. For those who are extraordinary to see how a saxophone party sound like, afterwards make a date with The Actors Studio this 15th Jan 2012 as a Birdian Saxophone Quartet will be behaving during The Actors Studio @ Lot 10. The opening will also see a party perform with a garland of sax friends and will underline song from Leroy Anderson, Joe Hisaishi and many more.

Founded in 2000 and led by founder/saxophonist Ian Chan Wing Hang, this organisation has a passion in compelling seductiveness in and appreciation of exemplary saxophone music. The Birdian Saxophone Quartet also frequently performs a far-reaching operation of light classical, jazz standards, renouned and film song repertoires during opposite occasions. It also conducts workshops for several propagandize rope camps and song festivals within Kuala Lumpur. Tickets are by a smallest concession of RM 20 and can be purchased during The Actors Studio. The organisation will be behaving dual sessions, that is during 3.00 pm and 8.00 pm. For some-more information, greatfully call 03 2142 2009 or 2143 2009.

Photo (c) Birdian Saxophone Quartet

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Little Red Riding Hood and Jack and The Beanstalk

September 23, 2011 during 2:00 pm

Remember a favourite children tales like The Princess and a Pea, Little Red Riding Hood or even Jack and a Beanstalk? It is extraordinary how engaging and interesting these stories can be to a garland of immature kids. With a small bit of imagination and a elementary story line, readers of these well-loved stories are ecstatic to a land where typical humans can dupe meant giants or inspired wolves focussed on eating girls in red hoods.

Little Red Riding Hood  Jack and The Beanstalk

Little Red Riding Hood Jack and The Beanstalk

If we would like to suffer these heart-warming tales where a good always win during a finish of a story, afterwards make a date with The Actors Studio during Lot 10 for a fun-filled time with a family as they benefaction The Children’s Theatre with ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ and ‘Jack and The Beanstalk’. This interactive entertainment will really move delight to a immature children as they retell this famous stories with most animation and excitement! The uncover will run from a 26th compartment 30th Sep from 10.00 am compartment 11.30 am. Entry is by concession of RM 10.00. For some-more information, greatfully call 03 2142 2009 / 2143 2009 or travel in to a studio.

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