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Thursday, April 15, 2004
The One With Sir Thomas More 

A brief synopsis...

Sir Thomas More is a religious stateman, who turned into silence everytime he opposes the Court. He tries his best to be the honest stateman he is and keep his head on his shoulders. But silence always meant otherwise, when given a statement. He only had to say "Yes!" in order to keep his life as it is. Yet, he stood by his principle, and vowed into silence, that he will only talk of his oath to the King. From a high status in court to the bottom in the dungeon/jail, he tried to keep his faith and hoped that his family understood him. It did not matter if others did not understand it. He hoped for a miracle for the King to suddenly come to his senses, but that did not happen...

For starters, we were already very very full, and tired even before the show started. The show I am referring to is the remake of Robert Bolt's "A Man for All Seasons". It's a play (Please refer to The One with A Man for All Seasons). I was truly looking forward to this show. It was just so unfortunate that my physical and mental mind were not up to it.

The show was very interesting actually, the prop setting was very simple. It was more a show of talent and their 'English'. One could only focus on what they were saying, and how they delivered it, by speech and facial expression. Definitely talented people. There are times when one forgets his line, but that did not jeopardise the show, it was merely a cough in that show. And who ever said that we Malaysian can only speak Manglish? Or that we Malaysians aren't good enough?

Eventhough this is the 2nd English play I went to, the line up for this show is superb. I loved Jit Murad's comical face, Zahim AlBakri's serious look, everyone was splendid. Zahim played his part well. I could feel Master Cromwell slyness under my skin. At first, I was skeptical of Sh. Aleya. I have only seen her in the Malay movie, so I had wanted to see how she did it in this play. Not bad at all, for a beginner. I think she's an amateur. Nonetheless, all I could say is that it is definitely one of the plays that is worth watching.

The response was marvelous. Nearly all seats were taken. They even had to add some extras in between. And you can actually everyone there. The young. The old. The goofy like. The straight-cut. I just wished that the price would forever be as last nite, or even lower that is.

Last night's show was a special one, the price was fixed at RM35. Any normal plays (by Actor's Studio) are RM52 above. And that's a little bit too pricy for me!

But for all the play-goers in Malaysia, if you have that extra in the pocket, theatre culture is coming up in Malaysia. So, head on to one of the best plays in Malaysia by Joe Hafsham, commencing the 15 years of Actor's Studio.





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