AsingBersama started off as a virtual documentation by Kakiseni to archive the narrative of the Malaysian art community which was created during the Movement Control Order during Covid-19. Now, it is transformed into a resource centre for online materials to be accessed by all.
Chinese Instrument Demonstration Mayyi Ong(Ryan)
A series of Chinese instrumental live shows on Facebook,
featuring different Chinese instrumentalist from Malaysia.
Three Virgins Fly to the Moon
Three Virgins Fly To The Moon is a story about friendship, relationship and lives of three bestfriends Chot, Salmiah and Pungut. The play was performed at Balai Budaya Dewan Bahasa & Pustaka Cawangan Sarawak on 24th September 2019. The script was written by Aidli Mosbit and directed by Felix Agustus.
Quick audio drama written by Ridhwan Saidi, complete with remixing and sound design by Joni Atari on Moka Mocha Ink’s Facebook and Instagram.
Bitesized wayang storytelling, told by Madam Sabera Shaik from Masakini Theatre Company on Facebook and Instagram.
Sang Kancil and the Tiger
Contemporary shadow theatre storytelling of a local folklore, told by Madam Sabera Shaik from Masakini Theatre Company.
Tong Ju 2.0
Come and watch the table read of William Yap’s latest script which is
the 2nd installment of the play <同居> . It is the very first draft
and he welcomes your thoughts to perfect the script!
Talking About – A Documentary Series
Enlightening. Insightful. Entertaining. Joe has cooked up a new documentary series called Talking About. Our Creative Heads share their why and how they go about creating their magic for the stage. 🤩🤩🤩
Storytime with Uncle Joe & Aunty Faridah
Storytime with Uncle Joe and Aunty Faridah features theatre pioneers
Joe Hasham OAM and Dato’ Dr. Faridah Merican reading
from well-loved picture books for children or those who are young at heart.
EMBRACE, Then & Now
Sutra Foundation goes through their archives, and reflects on their past productions, their processes involved and more.
Datun Julud Hornbill Dance Tutorial
Alena Murang teaches “datun julud” or ‘long dance’ in the Kenyah language. It is traditionally danced by a group of ladies on ceremonious occasions, by the Orang Ulu people of Borneo.
If you have an online performance, articles, or any materials that do not have an expiration date, we urge you to submit to be featured on AsingBersama