Tuesday, December 16, 2008

“Oh My God" at KLPac

KLPac Presents

OH MY GOD


Synopsis:

Following the hugely successful 8 Ways to Lighten the School Bag, KLPac will be bringing to you Oh My God (OMG) - the product of our 2nd community writing project.

Directed by popular playwright Mark Beau de Silva with the assistance of Juria Toramae, Oh My God (OMG) is a dark comedy on Sunday School crushes, looking covered and cute for your man, and other things people do before they go to heaven.

Listen to Mable and Tini gossip on men, women and sex while they munch on keropok, learn how to dress down and still 'turn them on' from Mak Nani, and chat with Joseph the Jesus Man; the caretaker from the church and Mary who has a shower cap story to tell...

Oh My God (OMG) is a story about the women (and some men) and their religions in Malaysia

Director : MARK BEAU DE SILVA

Writer: MARK BEAU DE SILVA (ASSISTED BY JURIA TORMAE)

Cast :
SUKANIA VENUGOPAL, TUAN FAISAL, FARAH RANI, NOTA ISMA & BELINDA HON

Date & Time:
18 - 20 DECEMBER 2008 @ 8:30 PM
21 DECEMBER 2008 @ 3:00 PM (SUNDAY Matinee shows)

Venue :
PENTAS 2, THE KUALA LUMPUR PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE (KLPac)

Ticket:
RM 25
RM 10 (STUDENTS, DISABLE & SENIOR CITIZENS)

Box Office :
(KLPac) 4047 9000 / (TAS@BSC) 2094 9400

Venue Website:
http://www.klpac.com/

Facebook Event link : http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/event.php?eid=50648730859

2 comments:

Covert_Operations'78 said...

My friends and I watched this last night (opening night) and came away impressed! It was funny yet moving, and the comic timing was perfect! The characters were very well fleshed out, from Ditzy Tini to Bitter Joseph. I highly recommend this to others. Come support Malaysian theatre!

Nickxandar said...

Agreed !!!

Was there on opening night and had a fun time too.

I've seen part of the play workshopped earlier in the year and immediately fell in love with the comedic beats and provocative message.

It was definitely a pleasure to watch the full version. Best of all was to see both Farah (Tini) and Sukania (Mable) performances in it.