'You Stupid Or What?!' is the Singaporeproduction of Dr Jason Leong's sold out solo comedy show in Kuala Lumpur which was sold out with 1800 tickets snapped up. His brand of unique observational comedy as he explores the similarities between Singapore and Malaysia will surely delight comedy fans from both countries.
Dr Jason Leong is one of Malaysia’s fastest rising comedy stars, according to him. In 2013 he became the first Malaysian comic to win the 7th Annual International Hong Kong Comedy Competition, which then gave him a spot at prestigious comedy clubs in the United States, such as Laugh Factory in Hollywood and the Gotham Comedy Club in New York.
In 2015 and 2016, Dr Jason performed to sold out shows at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, the second largest comedy festival in the world.
At home, Dr Jason performs regularly with the Malaysian Association of Chinese Comedians (MACC) which tours nationally every year, and a regular favourite at corporate events throughout the country. Dr. Jason Leong is funny, ambitious and most of all, shameless because this entire self-serving and nauseating profile was written by none other than himself. Yes, he has no problems referring to himself in the third person.
Also, he is humble.
11 - 14 Oct 2017
KC Arts Centre - Home of SRT
The Stage Club is pleased to present the wickedly dark comedy, Absurd Person Singular.
A perfect cocktail of bleak truths and wild hilarity - Absurd Person Singular walks a fine line between farce and tragedy.
It’s 1970s English suburbia and the only thing Sidney Hopcroft wants for Christmas is to climb the social ladder. When he and his cleaning-obsessed wife Jane hold a drinks party, hoping to impress their high-powered acquaintances, havoc ensues. It’s nothing however compared to what happens at the next two Christmases when their hospitality is returned.
Watch as three couples attempt to deal with their social standing, creaky marriages and the pressures of three Christmas parties. As events spin out of control, the play culminates in an uproarious ending.
Alan Ayckbourn's plays have won numerous awards, including seven London Evening Standard Awards and a Tony Award. Staged numerous times on Broadway and in the West End, the play’s wonderfully observed characters have attracted top-shelf talent. This production, directed by Jacqueline Elfick, features a cracker of a cast. With snobbery, adultery and greed in spades, this promises to be a rollicking night out.