I know I put this under ‘Reviews’, but I came to the conclusion that I cannot, for the life of me write a proper review detailing what I really want to say without ruining your experience of watching the show. As I write this, there are only two more shows left, and I must urge you to catch them if you can. Like it, hate it or left perturbed by it, you will appreciate my asking you to catch WRECKS, a play written by Neil Labute, being staged at KL Pac, starring the one and only Patrick Teoh. If you need more clues as to why this play will be one neuron short of a mind-fuck, this staging is directed by Gavin Yap, and we know that at this point of his life he wouldn’t touch anything unless it’s dark, sinister and totally disturbing.
Trust me, you will appreciate it.
I’ll blog more after the show ends tomorrow. Until then here’s the plug:
Meet Edward: loving father, successful businessman, grieving widower. At his wife’s funeral, he candidly shares his story with us, of the life he’s lived, and the woman he lived his life for. Director Gavin Yap and veteran actor Patrick Teoh collaborate once again to introduce Malaysian audiences to acclaimed playwright Neil LaBute’s affecting and poignant exploration of the human soul.
TWO MORE SHOWS LEFT!!!!!
8.30 p.m. shows. 21 and 22 November (Wednesday and Thursday), at KL PAC. Call for your tickets!! KL PAC 03-4047 9000 or TAS @ BSC 03-2094 9400.