13 January 2006

12 am - An Advertisement

The Actors Studio presents a work by At Ziafrizani

12 am

Tickets : RM 15 (Adults) & RM 10 (Student)
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Date : 21st January @ 8.30pm & 22nd January @ 3.00pm, 8.30pm
Venue: The Actors Studio Greenhall, Penang

This production involves six fifteen minute plays written by Allan Miller, David Link, Daniel Gregory Brown, Terry Kingsley-Smith, Michael Leeson, and Jerry Mayer that has been adapted to the Malaysian lifestyle. The stories are Faro Rides Again, Sleeping Together, The Underachiever, Three in the Morning, I Want To Hold Your Hand and Love Sonnet. Each play has the element of drama, tragedy, and comedy. A new line-up of actors stars in this production - Joanne Tay, Johanna, Fidel Ho, Yusoff Bakar, Shah Zainal, and Emonto Katszuki. Directed by At Ziafrizani Chek Pa

Faro Rides Again
At 1 am, a husband has just come home to bed. To keep his bossy wife from inquiring about where he’s been, he tells her that their dog, Faro, is dead. However, the wife finds out later that Faro is still very much alive!

Sleeping Together
At 2 am, two young women in the same room, strangers to each other, discuss and provoke a taboo subject – their sexual preferences.

Three In The Morning
At 3 am, a middle-aged lady leaves her husband alone in bed. However, while trying to re-examine everything about her life, she finds that she can't remember anything. Not even her husband’s name.

The Underachiever
At 4 am, a journeyman comedy writer with low self-esteem gets consultation from his often sarcastic wife, about life and believing in himself.

I Want To Hold Your Hand
At 5 am, a young lady is experiencing a sickness, which she calls 'dinosaur hour', in a red-eye flight. She holds on to an older lady's hand in an attempt to regain composure.

Love Sonnet
At 6 am, a Chinese mother, while writing a poem for her son’s 30th birthday, reminisces over the sweetest moment she shared with her Malay husband 30 years ago - the last time they had sex.

(Courtesy Sentuhanseni. Please do come and watch. Thank you for supporting Malaysian theatre!)

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