The last time Footstool Players did a performance at our church it was a runaway success, especially when the audience laughed wholeheartedly, got lumps stuck in their throats, took out some tissues, reflected thoughtfully, and all other reactions which rightly comes with a professionally produced, excellently performed, and sincerely presented offering of love.
So, keep your night free on October 19, 7.30pm. The Footstool Players are dropping by the Father’s House, read on for more! Book you place early . places are indeed limited our cottage 🙂
The old song says that “love is a many- splendoured thing”, but reality tells us that “love” can be bittersweet.
For its 2008/2009 season, Footstool Players is proud to presentCrazy Little Thing Called Love: poignant portraits of the ties that bind – and sometimes knot – in a collection of sketches pertaining to the themes of love, courtship, marriage and family relationships.
The play features a mix of comedy and drama, but all thought-provoking in some way in highlighting issues pertaining to relationships. There’s innocence, idealism, joy, humour, reassurance, hope, regret, heartbreak, sorrow, and more – everything that comes with that “crazy little thing called love”!
You’ll laugh, you’ll weep. But most importantly, you’ll also think – and perhaps also discover.
Crazy Little Thing Called Love is suitable for all audiences, regardless of religious background or affiliation. Age-wise, the play would be appreciated by older children through to seniors.
Sunday, 19 October 2008
The Father’s House
23, Jalan Abdullah
off Jalan Bangsar
59000 Kuala Lumpur
Tickets are available at RM 5.00 per pax. Contact us for bookings.
For more details of the production, visit the Footstool Players.