Alright, so Serge was at KLPAC to watch Improv, Jom?. This particular play is unscripted and involves loads of audience participation. Serge had watch AI:IA’s improv set before this and this is the second time he is seeing them perform.
Because this is improv style stage play, everyday is going to be different and we recommend that you go watch this right now ! Okay, not right now but at the times which Serge will inform all of you right after the jump and some pictures that was taken.
Words. We use them in everyday life and the English language is filled with double entendre when used correctly. Usage of words in this manner are puns and depending on the context, it can be subtle as well as downright obviously sexual. Puns are pun-ny and breaking a bone today will hurt to marrow are some of the things that will occur when you watch this play called Corporal PUNishment.
As we all know Serge attended the opening night and was deeply impressed by the play about word play and how they played with words in this play. For those who is going to watch it (details later), remember to watch it with an open mind, eat all the puns to have a bigger bun. Anyway, here’s a quick review that will contain some minor spoilers.
The end of the world is here and we will definitely be scared shitless on what to do when it comes. So when the time comes, how are we going to tell our story, our view points? Fret not for the answers, Electric Minds Project has the answer with their upcoming play entitled : It’s The End of the World, Now Run Screaming
From March 14 till March 18 at the DBKL Auditorium, be mesmerize with 18 songs from 18 different musical that is wrapped in a musical play involving teenagers, ghosts and a bully. Produced by Farah Sulaiman, an experienced stage performer, Broadway Bites – written and directed by Sabrina Hassan and choreographed by Farah Sulaiman; Broadway Bites is geared to thrill musical enthusiasts across the generations.
“You suck the happiness like a vacuum cleaner that cannot stop sucking”
Just watched boom at KLPAC and one thing is for certain, Serge recommends to his readers to watch this play that begins February 17th till February 26th. This romantic comedy of epic global catastrophe will set you laughing with it innuendos and vulgarities.
Right after the jump, Serge gives a quick review that may contain some spoilers, do be warn and now on with the quickie!