Christopher Ling News

 
Birth Place:
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Bio:
Christopher Ling trained in Drama and Theatre Arts at Middlesex University, London and with the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain. He is klpac‘s Co-Associate Artistic Director where he also spearheads it’s Theatre for Young People (T4YP) programme. Christopher was recently awarded the Boh ... (read more)
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Birth Place: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Bio:
Christopher Ling trained in Drama and Theatre Arts at Middlesex University, London and with the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain. He is klpac‘s Co-Associate Artistic Director where he also spearheads it’s Theatre for Young People (T4YP) programme. Christopher was recently awarded the Boh ... (read more)
theatrethreesixty Celebrates 10th Anniversary of THE EDGEtheatrethreesixty Celebrates 10th Anniversary of THE EDGE
by BWW News Desk - Nov 6, 2018

theatrethreesixty is proud to present the tenth anniversary production of Nick Choo's Boh-Cameronian award winning musical, THE EDGE. It is set to premiere on the 8th of December 2018, running 12 shows till the 23rd of December 2018 at Lot'ng Arts Space, Subang Jaya, Selangor. (more...)

BWW Review: CIKGU DISIPLIN SEKOLAH AKU at Theatre Three-SixtyBWW Review: CIKGU DISIPLIN SEKOLAH AKU at Theatre Three-Sixty
by Brigidta De Souza - Sep 23, 2018

Cikgu Disiplin Sekolah Aku is a collaboration piece written by Khairunazwan Rodzy and Khairi Anwar. Directed by Theatre Three Sixty's Christopher Ling, the play sets out to shed some light on a school systems actions towards achieving the title of Sekolah Kluster Cemerlang. Along the quest to perfection and performance, the play also highlights the struggles of its students, Daniel played by Andy Phoon and Pak Kob played by Aminul Syakir, as they are forced to succumb to the ridiculous sentences that are put on them should they not live up to school standards. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Cincinnati Ballet's THE NUTCRACKER is a Sweet Treat
by Jessica Dennett - Jan 2, 2015

Brand new and completely unique to Cincinnati was the decision to have the ballet open in the Kitchen. I found the scene to be inventive and whimsical and the focus on the food made the intrusion of the mice more practical during Clara's dream. I loved that the big blue cake made during the opening scene and used during the party served as the scenic backdrop in the Sugar Plum Fairy's kingdom. This larger than life cake also served as an entrance for the different acts which left the audience with plenty of mystery as they wondered how the dancers were appearing and disappearing on and off the stage. Also unique this year was the inclusion of Frisch's Big Boy during the battle scene, which was of course included for the ballet's opening night performance as this year marked Frisch's 40th year of sponsorship for the Nutcracker. This was my first year seeing Cincinnati's version of this Christmas classic and I can't wait to see what they have in store for us next year. (more...)