Time8:30PM, 3:00PM

LanguageEnglish, Bahasa Melayu, Tamil, Others



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Duration: 120 Minutes with a 15 Minutes Intermission

Thosai at funerals. Unspoken words of love. Missed calls from Amma. Unwritten letters to Appa. Five men reflect and interrogate what it means to be Malaysian and Indian - in the past, present and imagination.

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About the Show

"Appa, can you tell me a story?
Sure kanna, what kind of story do you want me to tell?
One where they all die at the end,"

They All Die At The End is a brown boy fantasia that tells the story of love, family and identity. What does it mean to be a Malaysian Indian man in 2023? What did it mean to be one in the past? What does it mean to love, to exist and to live as a brown man?

Combining poetic text, dialogue, music and movement, the show explores painful realities and joy-filled spaces. Presented in collaboration with klpac, the devised production presents a world where brown men can be who they want to be and say what they want to say. 

Part of Theatresauce’s 2023 season, They All Die At The End is the second of seven productions celebrating the company’s 7th year anniversary.

Content Warning 
They All Die At The End contains satire, strong language, and themes involving violence and sexuality. Loud sounds, bright lights, and strobe lights are used. Viewer discretion is advised. For mature audiences.

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Tickets to all Theatresauce’s productions this year are RM55 (Regular), RM45 (Bulk Purchase of 4 tickets), and RM35 (Bulk purchase of 20 or more tickets for university/college students only – a free workshop is included. Email for details.) 

Production Covid-19 Measures
All production team members are vaccinated and boosted. The team also test weekly leading up to the production week with a final round of Covid-19 testing the week the show opens. 

Masking Policy
We care about the health and safety of our audiences, performers and team members. All audience members are required to wear a mask in the performance space to protect themselves and others. To help us ensure a healthy, safe and good run, we encourage guests to bring their own face masks to use in the theatre. 

What’s Next? 
Saturn Return, directed by Mia Sabrina Mahadir, will play in the Rooftop Theatre in Sunway College, June 14-18. Check out what else is playing this year on Theatresauce’s website. 

Facebook/Instagram: theatresauce

The Production Team


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Ensemble (left to right)  Tin Raman, Karthigesan, Sidhart Joe Dev, Ian Skatu and Nandagopall

Devising Collaborators: Arjun Thanaraju, Kamini Senthilathiban, Phraveen Arikiah, Ranessa Theyakaraja, Sasidaran, Sharanya Radhakrishnan, Tharanii Karthigesu, Thiyagaraja Marimuthu, Veshalini Naidu, Visshnu Varman.

Production Manager: Chloe Liew
Stage Manager: Duncan Soo
Assistant Stage Manager: Lee Yi Xian
Scenographer: Syamsul Azhar
Sound Designer: Kirthana Kuhendran
Season Designer: Jazzie Lee
Season Archiver: Siaw Boon Keat


All production team members are vaccinated and boosted. Audiences are highly encouraged to be boosted with a third dose. Mask-wearing is recommended. klpac reserves the right to deny entry if patrons are found to be COVID-19 positive. No refunds will be made to those who have purchased tickets.

Despite all safety and prevention measures taken, the risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. By visiting klpac and its grounds, audiences assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.

For the latest COVID-19 SOP guide, see