DROWNING STALLION was first performed at the Rooftop Theater at Sunway University, Malaysia, in 2014, with the following Cast:

Aaron Teoh (Husband)
Grace Tham (Mary)
Seth Sabri (Son)

Director: Shah Shaha (Shahrizuan Shaharuddin)
Stage Manager: Erica Tham
Production Manager: Michelle Yip Audio
Technician: Alex Lim Light
Technician: Beh Jing Qiang

3 Characters
2 Men.  1 Woman
Simple Set
11 pages

A study in loneliness and the slow deterioration of one’s passion. In the middle of a dark night, an old man confronts the ghosts of his dead wife and son, his sins against them, his own guilt, his fear of death, and his passion that is dying. We learn that the 2 characters involved in the play are really both dead, and are the ghosts that torment him on the last days of his life.

The language in this play is both stark and poetic, as the old man confronts his inner fears, demons, and aloneness . A projection of a white stallion, representing his life and passion, slowly galloping under the ocean waves, and disappearing, represents the dying of passion, and the ending of a life. 

To read Excerpts from the play, click Read More below.
Note that formatting in the excerpts are not centered, and instead, left justified. 
The PDF of the the play is in correct format.

WRITING SAMPLE

 

DROWNING STALLION was first performed at the Rooftop Theater at Sunway University, Malaysia, in 2014, with the following Cast:

Aaron Teoh (Husband)
Grace Tham (Mary)
Seth Sabri (Son)

Director: Shah Shaha (Shahrizuan Shaharuddin)
Stage Manager: Erica Tham
Production Manager: Michelle Yip Audio
Technician: Alex Lim Light
Technician: Beh Jing Qiang

3 Characters
2 Men.  1 Woman
Simple Set
11 pages

A study in loneliness and the slow deterioration of one’s passion. In the middle of a dark night, an old man confronts the ghosts of his dead wife and son, his sins against them, his own guilt, his fear of death, and his passion that is dying. We learn that the 2 characters involved in the play are really both dead, and are the ghosts that torment him on the last days of his life.

The language in this play is both stark and poetic, as the old man confronts his inner fears, demons, and aloneness . A projection of a white stallion, representing his life and passion, slowly galloping under the ocean waves, and disappearing, represents the dying of passion, and the ending of a life. 

To read Excerpts from the play, click Read More below.
Note that formatting in the excerpts are not centered, and instead, left justified. 
The PDF of the the play is in correct format.

WRITING SAMPLE

 

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