Featured Performing Arts – VisionKL Featured Performing Arts |
Search
    Category

    Category: Featured Performing Arts

    A model of dance finesse, Ballet Illuminations is a Singapore Dance Theatre (SDT) presentation that has been making its delicate presence felt at the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (klpac) for the past decade.“SDT began its annual visits to Malaysia for performances in 2010, with our first invitation from klpac,”…

    There are few festivals in the Malaysian capital that encompass the scope and scale of DiverseCity: Kuala Lumpur International Arts Festival (KLIAF), which returns for its fourth year this month, ready to deliver a vibrant set of performances until the end of October.This annual celebration of arts and culture aims…

    Written by Penang-based American writer, composer and lyricist Nancy Jenster and directed by Kuala Lumpur’s award winning theatre maker Fa Abdul, this musical comedy aims to highlight the ever-growing plight of plastic pollution.One Minute To Midnight follows a group of friends known as the Ban Plastic Fantastic Four  who are…

    The folks behind the gut-busting Laugh Die You shows over the last few years are back in force and ready to shake up HGH Convention Centre, as Malaysia’s king of comedy Douglas Lim takes on Singapore’s comedy drag queen Kumar in a not-so noble war of words.The KingDouglas Lim is…

    As one of the oldest performing arts in the world, magic has always had the ability to baffle, amaze, inspire and occasionally even scare those who witness it. Whether it’s simple close-up trickery or an elaborate illusion, if it’s executed with precision, it’s guaranteed a big reaction. One that we’re…

    The roles of Odette and Odile in the quintessential classic ballet Swan Lake are ones that every ballerina dreams of playing from the moment they put on their pointe shoes. To watch a prima ballerina dance those roles is something unique, and to watch one from one of the greatest…

    In the spotlight this month is a major event on Kuala Lumpur’s performing arts calendar – the Damansara International Arts Festival 2019 (DIAF 2019), formerly known as the DPAC Arts Festival. What started out as a local performing arts festival soon grew into something much bigger as international acts from…

    As a theatre venue, the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (or klpac for short) is a reliable hub of plays, musicals and their stage-based kin. It is business as usual this July as the centre puts out a number of attention-grabbing showcases, including these. Don’t Let Usman Awang Know The…

    “Phans” in Kuala Lumpur can rejoice this month as the world’s most well-known musical makes its long awaited debut at the Istana Budaya for a glorious three-week run. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom Of The Opera is finally here, Broadway’s golden standard with an unprecedented 13,000 performances since it opened…

    When OlaBola The Musical debuted last year, it opened to rave reviews with many saying it was better than the movie it was based on, released a few years earlier. It’s little wonder then that the overwhelming success of the stage spectacle prompted Enfiniti Productions MD and the musical’s director,…