Sing and win
RED Box collaborates with Suria.fm and Alibi Music in organising a karaoke contest this Saturday at Red Box AEON Tebrau City in Johor Baru. The grand prize is RM1,000, a RM500 hamper and a RM300 cash voucher.
Registration starts at 11am. To participate, buy any album released by Alibi Music at RM15 per CD at the registration counter.
Preliminary round contestants are required to sing one song from the selected list – Indah (Atilia), Sayang (Dayang Nurfaizah and Marcell), AM PM (DynDa), Tanpa/Tak Bisa Memilihmu (6ixth Sense), Jika Engkau Pergi/Selamat Ulang Tahun Sayang (Imran Ajmain), Aku Jatuh Cinta/Aku Tak Percaya Cinta (Liyana Jasmay), Bawaku Terbang/Cinta Kosmik (The Fabulous Cats), Resah (Nitrus), Musnah/Sempurna/ Main Hati (Andra & The Backbone), Dewi/Laskar Cinta/ Sedang Ingin Bercinta (Dewa 19), Hanya Ingin Kau Tahu (Repvblik) and Benci Bilang Cinta/Jujur (Radja).
Featuring performances by Shamrin, Lah Ahmad, Nabil Zamanhuri and Singaporean bands Sleeq and DynDa.
For details, call % 012–663 2953 or e-mail rajamarliza@ redbox.com.my. Alternatively, browse suriafm.com.my or redbox.com.my. n THE Penang Players Music and Drama’s ongoing Mime and Physical Theatre Workshop takes place at Alliance Française, 46 Jalan Phuah Hin Leong, Penang.
Discover elements like mime, movement, contact improvisation, space experimentation, props and dynamics experimen- n THE Japan Foundation Kuala Lumpur is screening Japanese film Turn Over – An Angel Is Coming On A Bicycle on Saturday (3pm) at Pawagam Mini P. Ramlee, Finas (National Film Development Corporation Malaysia), Jalan Hulu Kelang, Ampang, Selangor. Free admission.
Directed by Nomura Keiichi, the 2004 movie is about elderly artisan Kuroyoshi Gen (Kurizuka Asahi) who hires a magician apprentice Shunsuke (Kashu Toshiki) to cheer his ailing wife Chie (Fujimura Shiho).
Shunsuke becomes a regular visitor until Chie collapses and is taken to the hospital. Gen decides to shut down his business to nurse her. While clearing out his shop, Gen comes across the diary Chie kept when they first met and fell in love.
For details, call % 03-2284 6228 or browse jfkl.org.my. tation, various levels of focusing and more.
The workshop, which ends tomorrow, is facilitated by Vienna-based mime artist Ulrich Gottlieb.
Gottlieb started out in street theatre before training in mime and physical theatre from Werner Mueller and Hiro Uchiyama in Germany. His performance experiences include the Bavarian State Theatre (Munich), International Street Art Theatre (Austria) and World Buskers’ Festival (New Zealand).
His physical theatre work is characterised as a fusion of mime, dance, improvisation, public participation and multimedia.
The workshop is from 7pm till 9pm. Participating fees are RM60 and RM50 (Penang Players members and students).
For details, call Joelle (% 0125512 616) or Eric (% 012-4653 893) or e-mail penangplayers@ yahoo.uk.co. Alternatively, browse penangplayers.org. n JAZZ vocalist Jamie Davis performs at PJ Live Arts Theatre, PJ, Selangor, tonight (8.30pm) to help raise funds for the Dalat International School in Kuala Lumpur.
Davis holds a position among the pantheon of great male vocalists with a compelling, full and deep baritone, and a passion for his craft that leaves his audiences uplifted and “feelin’ good ... really good”.
Entry is by donation. For more information, call Karen (% 016972 8401) or e-mail kjohnson@ dalat.org.
Compelling: Jazz vocalist Jamie Davis is performing at PJ Live Arts Theatre tonight.