A narrative dealing with a murder or a series of murders and the detection of the criminal; detective story. Terutamanya dalam rumah yang penuh dengan nafsu, pengkhianatan, rahsia dan anggota polis PDRM yang bersungguh-sungguh mencari suspek atau… sesiapa sahaja yang mampu ditangkap… asalkan ada orang kena tangkap.
1925–30: jocular formation from question Who done it?, for standard English Who did it?
2011: “Paku… untuk solve this murder. Kita perlu teliti kesemua-semua klue… klue yang ada… Bodoh!” Assistant Superintendent of Polis Hamzah Mat Noor.
A joint operation between Malaysian and Australian theatremakers brings to you a whodunit with a twist. Not only will you be able to compare the plot against such notables as Agatha Christie, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and J.B. Priestley and show them how Malaysians would have done it; the staging is new and one of a kind, in Malaysia at least. The performance takes place on not one but two stages, simultaneously. Confused, well, so was I at first – but here’s the bottom line, Klue, Doh! unfolds over two separate sets that run simultaneously and literally back-to-back and a moving audience will need to see both performances to be able to piece the puzzles together. The storyline appears to be complemented by clever direction, an accomplished cast and a unique set construction, yeah, remember there are two stages? Yup. Unique.
Klue, Doh! the latest collaboration by TerryandTheCuz (Malaysia) and The Rubix Cube (Australia) speaks volumes for imagination and creativity; and it will be exciting to finally see what they have in store for the Malaysian audiences when the show opens this Saturday, December 3rd, at the Black Box @ Publika, Solaris Dutamas.
Black Box @ MAP
Level G2-01, Block A5,
Jalan Dutamas 1,Off Jalan Duta,
50480 Kuala Lumpur.
Time of death
3-4 December 2011 @ 8.30 pm
6-11 December 2011 @ 8.30 pm
13-17 December 2011 @ 8.30 pm
Matinee 10 December @ 3.00 pm
Preview 2 December 2011 @ 8.30 pm
RM 68 Adult / RM 38 Concession
Online Ticketing: www.tix.my
Walk In: PJ Live Arts Box Office,
Jaya One Block K, 72 A Jalan Universiti,
Petaling Jaya 46200.
Phone: +6017 2287849