20 June 2012

Get MKA out of the country

There's still time to see MKA's Tuesday before it finishes on Saturday.


The formal review is finally here (been sick as), but if you like the kind of stuff that I like, you will LOVE this show. I saw a lot of theatre last week and this is the only show that made me excited about theatre. If you think I'm full of shit, I dare you to go and see it anyway (and why are you reading this?).

Meanwhile, make room in your diary for sex.violence.blood. gore  that opens on 27 June and is directed by Stephen Nicolazzo (Home Economics, Two by Two, Negative Energy Inc). This isn't a new local work, but was first performed in Singapore in a basement, in secret and the company didn't advertise.

They're also just back from Berlin, where they performed readings of Declan Greene's Eight Gigabytes of Hardcore Pornography (my fav new script last year) and Tobias Manderson-Galvin's The Economist (which was a close second).

And they are taking The Economist to Edinburgh in August.


This is where they need some help.  Remember that this company are not funded, so it's not your tax dollars sending them on trips. But they can lessen your tax burden because donations are tax deductible.

All the information about their Pozible "Send MKA to Edinburgh" is HERE.


Photo by Sarah Walker

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