September 28, 2011 during 12:00 pm
Istana Budaya’s play for Oct starts early, starting on on a 29th of Sep 2011. The play, entitled The Secret Life of Nora, offers an engaging grounds and combines several iconic elements of a Malaysian 60s, including a low-pitched theatre, outlandish 60s outfits and attitudes, and a singular Malaysian brew of easterly and west popularised by Malaysian icons such as P Ramlee and Saloma. The play also adds a lurch of general intrigue, and manages to marry together a stream amicable emanate with a attempted and tested womanlike fatale view judgment to furnish what promises to be a charming and interesting low-pitched spectacle.
The play is set in a charming epoch of a 60s and focuses on a life of a immature lady named Nora. The immature lady shortly discovers there is many some-more to life than what glitters, and is thrown into a web of bootleg activities, an hapless bequest of her defunct father, that leads her to strike a discount with Interpol to spin a view for a group to save herself and her theatre.
Being a abounding and spoilt dancer, Nora of march knows zero about espionage and her training during a hands of Ashok, Interpol’s best spy, sets a stage for some of a play’s many noted moments. Will sparks fly between these dual sum opposites? Of march they will. But how will all spin out for Nora? Find out this Oct during Istana Budaya.
For some-more information, greatfully revisit a Istana Budaya’s central website.
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