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Date0911/12/2022

Time8:00PM, 3:00PM


LanguageEnglish, Bahasa Melayu, Korean

CategoryTheatre

TagsModern

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Duration: 90 Minutes

5 : 4 : 3 : 2 : 1 is a colourful celebration of cultures and identities. From a Bangsawan tale set on the shores of Terengganu to an ancient Persian dance questioning class and gender, a time-honoured Korean folklore to two contemporary works, this upcoming showcase by the third batch of TUTAS Conservatory of Performing Arts students is its most diverse yet.
 
Staged as part of the students’ Production Practicum module, these four plays and one dance work are a perfect reflection of the melting pot of talents TUTAS boasts. 

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Dec 2022

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About the Show

5 : 4 : 3 : 2 : 1 is a colourful celebration of cultures and identities. From a Bangsawan tale set on the shores of Terengganu to an ancient Persian dance questioning class and gender, a time-honoured Korean folklore to two contemporary works, this upcoming showcase by the third batch of TUTAS Conservatory of Performing Arts students is its most diverse yet.
 
Staged as part of the students’ Production Practicum module, these four plays and one dance work are a perfect reflection of the melting pot of talents TUTAS boasts.

Apart from the show, members of the public are also invited to join the TUTAS Mini Theatre Festival on 10 December 2022 which promises an afternoon of fun-filled and educational theatre activities, free of charge. An invaluable chance to learn more about TUTAS as well as experience theatre in bite sizes, the programme includes Speak Up! workshop, Theatre Games Challenge workshop, Asian Youth Theatre Festival Sharing and A Life in Film talk. Space is limited, register via https://forms.gle/45LamwTqmBe6Uq5z9.  

Dollhouse
Devised and Directed by Nurin Ismail 

A party of six distinct models who arrive 'fashionably late' to their runway show try to balance between showing their public persona as a model and their private self to the public.
Cast: Lor Qian Hui, Kim Ki Hoo, Natalie Chan, Muhammad Faiz Aiman bin Ahmad Fauzi,Victor Julian Herman and Calista Vann Kay

Baba Karam Dance
Directed by Abgharyan Afooshteh Reyhaneh
Choreographed by Serena Sok Qi Ying

One of the most well-known dance forms from 19th Century Persia (now modern-day Iran), Baba Karam is unique as it mimics the rough and tough working class men of Iran through movement and attire. Baba means ‘man’ and ‘Karam’ (slang for ‘Chah Karam’) means ‘I am at your service’ in the Persian language. 
Cast: Serena Sok Qi Ying, Calista Vann Kay, Jane Tee Le Qian and Evelynn Chua

Pancakes
Written by Peter Morris
Directed by Lor Qian Hui

On an early morning, two men of different class status argue intensely over their favourite pancakes. Who will be the last one standing?
Cast: Nandagopall and Daniel Hussin

The Tale of The Leatherback and The Three Warriors
Written, Choreographed and Directed by Toh Wei Keith

In this mini Bangsawan play, three brave warriors welcome a leatherback turtle to shore so that it can lay its eggs. Fueled by ignorance and greed, one of the warriors attempts to steal the eggs for breakfast only to get caught by the other two who have been watching his every move. Consumed by anger, the warrior engages in a brawl with the others, only to realise his mistakes after he is defeated.
Cast: Ang Chin Keong, Lim Yi Lin and Adhikananda Kevin Tandiono

The Sun and the Moon
Adapted and Directed by Kim Ki Hoo
Choreography by Carmen Khoo Shuet Yi

A Korean folk tale, translated and retold! Incorporating drama, music and dance, The Sun and The Moon follows the story of Bokja, a single mother of two children, Dalsu and Haesu, and their encounter with a ravenous tiger.
Cast: Jerry Pang Hau Chuen, Cham Xiao Chee, Teshima Sarah and Samuel Wong Judd Whye
Dancers: Carmen Khoo Shuet Yi, Sally Lee, Lor Qian Hui, Victor Julian Herman, Daniel Hussin, Nandagopall, Khoo Jen Leon and Mitchell Liong Chai Ing.

Advisory: show contains foul language. 

Ticket Price:
Flat Price : RM30


Covid-19 Related SOPs
klpac has Covid-19 measures including Covid-19 testing for the cast and crew, sanitisation and disinfection, and going contactless. Mask-wearing is recommended. Venue reserves the right to deny entry if you're found to be Covid-19 positive or High-Risk status on MySejahtera. No refund will be made to those who have purchased tickets.

For the latest Covid-19 & SOP guide, go to https://www.klpac.org/about-us/your-visit/.

klpac & TAS’ Covid-19 Relief Fundraising
klpac & TAS’ losses due to Covid-19 have exceeded RM2 million and its venue has been deprived of audiences for 377 days. It requires a minimum of RM130,000 per month to stay afloat. Each ticket sold goes toward this immediate cause. You can also make a donation of any amount via https://www.klpac.org/donations/

Buy Tickets 
Online Purchase:https://www.cloudjoi.com/
No phone sales and over the counter sales. E-tickets only. 

Enquiry
WhatsApp +6018 227 7212


Creatives & Crew

TUTAS Adjunct Professor & Programme Artistic Director: Joe Hasham OAM
TUTAS Adjunct Professor & Programme Development Director: Dato’ Dr. Faridah Merican    
Lighting Designer / Operator:
Yusman Mokhtar
Sound Designer / Engineer: Christopher Higgs
Sound Operator: Lim Yi Lin, Fatin Nur Alya
TUTAS Tutors: Omar Ali, Tung Jit Yang, Ian Chow
Stage Managers: Skylar Lim,Hendrix Heng
Assistant Stage Managers: Yuwanda Agatha, Muhammad Amirul Harith, Derek Tan, Nelson Lau, Abgharyan Afooshteh Reyhaneh 
TUTAS Coordinator: Xavier Chen

Group General Manager: Ian Chow 
General Manager (Marketing Communications): Ang Yue May 
Assistant General Manager (Theatre & Technical Management):
Lawrence Selvaraj 
Assistant General Manager (Admin, Finance & Production):
Easee Gan
Technical Manager: Mike Thomas 
Technical Supervisor: Mathanakumar Murthi
Technician: Mohd Helmi Md Khairi
Front of House & Theatre Supervisor: Harsvini Loganathan
Production Stage Managers: Catherine Lee, Yeo Kok Wei 
Assistant Production Stage Manager: Khatijah Asmawi
Publicity & Marketing Manager: Maggie Ong
Senior Art Director: Joel Wong 
Publicist: Vishallini Vikram Gopal
Donor Relations Manager: Aishwarya Adaikalaraj
Box Office Supervisor: Jennifer John 
Box Office Executive:
Vaideggy Vijayasagaran 
Assistant Account Manager: Esther Kuan 
Head of Academy: Kimmy Kiew
Admin Executive & Personal Assistant to Artistic Director: Farah Nadia
Secretary to Executive Producer: Darlena Tong
Maintenance Supervisor: Selva Rajoo
Maintenance Team: Jayaganesh Ramankrishnan
Security Manager: Mahendra Karuppiah
Security Supervisor: Balasubramaniam Ganapathy
Senior Security Officer: Shandre Sakran Kumaravale
Security Officers: Balasivasubramaniam Arunasalam, Nadarajan Maruthamuthu, Ram Shah Osali
 

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