Once again, The Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPAC) is proud to present a gem in the making, a visceral play about heavy decisions and the unexpected.

With its haul of local and international writers, ideas, and cast members, “Imports” is an original double bill laden with heavy burdens. Case at hand, human truths from foreign perspectives, packed up, and shipped home to a Malaysian stage.


Broken into two separate stories, Imports will feature “Methods“, which was written and directed by Jude James. The story follows the newly engaged Juliet and Adam on a journey to discover that real love bleeds.

The other play is called, “Street Lamp Named Desire“, which was written by Thomas Pang and directed by Marvin Wong (A Darker Shade of Red, Stage Therapy). A lowly doorman’s “girl of his dreams” is moving away, what to do, what to do?

It’s a modern day fairy tale right down to the talking pigeons.

Both stories will focus on one singular finding, that human relationships can require inhuman choices. Find out how they unfold when Imports open on the 21st of June 2012, at the Indicine, KLPAC.


Deets are as follows:

Dates & Times: 21st to 23rd June (8.30pm), 23rd to 24th June (3pm), 26th to 30th June (8.30pm), 30th June to 1st July (3pm)

Venue: Indicine, The Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPAC) Sentul Park, Jalan Strachan 51100 Kuala Lumpur

Ticketing: RM 28 (Adults), RM 18 (Students, Disabled, TAS cardholders, Thirstea™ Membership card holders)

To purchase tickers, call +603-4097 9000 or walk-in to KLPAC or The Actors Studio at Lot 10. Alternatively, you could also purchase your tickets online via iLASSO Tickets.

See you there?

For more information, visit The Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre’s website.

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