KL International Arts Festival 2017

Thursday, September 14, 2017
 Introducing Children to Theater


the third KL International Arts Festival includes

Theatre for Children

 


“The show combines comedy and pathos, mime, magic and sleight of hand, shadow puppetry, film and sound in an exemplary and enchanting mix…The sheer amount of invention is staggering.” – The Mercury, Australia

“Letter’s End is consummate entertainment. This is a piece of theatre that gets more interesting the more you think about it. It is intricately conceived and effortlessly executed.” – Australian Stage
Mops sneeze, storks swoop in bearing gifts, trees grow out of shoes and long-lost letters tell their stories. The magic starts when an old toy falls out of a torn parcel and one man's life is changed forever.

Acclaimed theatre clown, Wolfe Bowart, who made his Malaysian debut at KLIAF 2016 with the enchanting LaLaLuna, returns with the Helpmann Award-nominated Letter's End. Weaving together his signature mix of physical comedy, illusion, shadow puppetry and interactive film, Bowart leads audiences of all ages on a dream-like journey down a most magical memory lane.

Cut the string, tear open the brown paper and enter the realm of the fantastic. The adventure begins here!









  • Bon Voyage!

    16 & 17 Sep; 23 & 24 Sep
    2:00 p.m.
    Extra show on 23 Sep (courtesy of EUNIC)
    6:00 p.m.


    KTM Old Railway Station
  • 75 minutes, No interval
  • FAMILY FRIENDLY
  • Free Entry
    Limited to 90 people per show, on a first-come, first-served basis.


    What about exhibitions - art, scupture and photography?

    the Jinleng exhibition is accompanied by workshops and talks.
    I. Intuition, blindfold workshops – Listen. Clay.
    Work with clay to produce objects of art. Make something using your intuition! The workshop will be managed by a team of facilitators.

    II. Science and art knowledge. Understand what is pin-hole camera is and learn how to make one. All under the guidance of a team of facilitators.

    Ceritera features some of South East Asia's best image makers. if there is a group interested, we will see if our Curator can walk you through a guided tour.





Powered by Blogger.