The word ‘red’ mainly refers to one of the three primary colours that can be combined to make a whole lot of other colours. Other than it being a bold colour, there is a whole long list of other things that are also associated to the word ‘red’. For example, the colour red is normally associated to feelings of confidence, aggression and dominance. It is also a symbol of passion and anger as well as a symbol of courage and sacrifice. For the Chinese culture, the colour red harbours positive energy and is often made as the main colour in joyous occasions like weddings and Chinese New Year.
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Our story begins in a land far far away called Askabah…
The evil Jafar, who is also the Sultan’s Grand Vizier, is up to no good again. Standing in front of the Cave of Wonders, Jafar sends in a local thief to retrieve the most powerful item that is stored within the cave – a magic lamp. But his efforts to get the lamp are wasted as the guardian of the cave informs him that only one person can enter the cave, a boy known as ‘The Diamond in the Rough’.
The Malaysia.com team was recently invited to review a production by ACX and klpac entitled ‘Aku Cinta XXX‘, which recently just ended its run at The Actors Studio at Lot 10. Some may think that it may have something to do with stories of love and betrayal or even murder, others may think it may be related to another play called ‘Terima Kasih Cinta‘, which was a musical theatre adaptation held at Istana Budaya earlier this year.
This is the story of an eternal wife…
The performance opens with a projected image of a village somewhere in ancient India. The backdrop falls to reveal a 6th century temple where a group of young brides and the temple caretakers go about with their daily routine. It is just another day in the temple, where the priests offer ‘pujas’ to the residing deity Shiva and the young brides maintain the temple grounds.
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The first play of the T4YP season of 2011, A History of Falling Things, opened on 19th May 2011 at klpac Pentas 2. The cast of the play included the T4YP ensemble for 2011; Amanda Tan, Amir Yunos, Devyani Gupta, Kamini Senthilathiban, and Umesh Logandran, as well as T4YP alumni, Yusuf Amin. So how did they fare? A single word is not enough to sum it all up, so let us get more acquainted with the entire play.
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