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Podcast 4: The Malay Man and His Chinese Father; Dramaturgy.

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Duration: 28 minutes

Academic and theatre practitioner Dr Charlene Rajendran is lured into the studio to explain her process as a dramaturg. Also, to teach us  how to actually pronounce “dramaturg”.   Plus we talk about our reaction to Akulah Bimbo Sakti’s The Malay Man and His Chinese Father, created and directed by Noor Effendy Ibrahim, featuring Michael Tan and Yazid Jalil. The ArtsEquator Podcast is co-hosted by Kathy Rowland and Matt Lyon and produced by Matt Lyon. Opening music composed by Caspar Productions.

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Micheal Tan and Yazid Jalil in The Malay Man and His Chinese Father (2016). Photo: Shawn Byron Danker.
Michael Tan and Yazid Jalil in The Malay Man and His Chinese Father (2016). Photo: Shawn Byron Danker.
Micheal Tan and Yazid Jalil in The Malay Man and His Chinese Father (2016). Photo: Shawn Byron Danker.
Micheal Tan and Yazid Jalil in The Malay Man and His Chinese Father (2016). Photo: Shawn Byron Danker.
Micheal Tan and Yazid Jalil in The Malay Man and His Chinese Father (2016). Photo: Shawn Byron Danker.
Micheal Tan and Yazid Jalil in The Malay Man and His Chinese Father (2016). Photo: Shawn Byron Danker.

Production Details:

The Malay Man and His Chinese Father, created and directed by Noor Effendy Ibrahim, presented by Akulah Bimbo Sakti, was staged at the Goodman Arts Centre from 29 Sep – 2 Oct 2016.  The original production  premiered at The Necessary Stage’s M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2015.

Ensemble
Michael Tan
Yazid Jalil

Selected reviews of the 2016 production of The Malay Man and His Chinese Father.

Father-son Duo Bring Out Raw Tender Emotions  by Nabilah Said (Straits Times)

The Malay Man and His Chinese Father” by Singaporedaily (Singaporedaily.net)

Selected reviews of the 2015 production of The Malay Man and His Chinese Father.

“Deviant Art” by Adeline Chia (Flying Inkpot)

Singapore Fringe Fest 2015: Parental Guidance is Advised (Malay-Chinese Content)” by Mayo Martin (Today)

“The Malay Man and His Chinese Father” by Gavin Khoo (Coconuts Singapore)

“The Malay Man and His Chinese Father” by Beverly Yuen (Centre42)

 

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