Unzip Their Stories (UNZIP Promo Video)

Theatre is about telling the truth straight in the face.

First AIDS Kit presents 3 short plays – Breathe, Come Back Tomorrow and The Rabbit Hole.

The theme of the production is “Unzip”, as each of these plays explore the truth that we hide from, even ourselves. The production aims to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS, so come and find out more!

BREATHE features the lives of a boy and a man – each looking for absolution – unexpectedly intersect in a hospital room.

Before a nurse goes back to her family, she is visited by David who finds himself contracted with Gonorrhea. Passionate, the nurse advises David about the severity of HIV, unknowingly revealing her story. COME BACK TOMORROW by JO DORRAS tells the story of a nurse who suffers from a diseases she is seeking to cure.

Sex sells. But even in the world of sex workers, there are lessons to learn, and stories to tell. THE RABBIT HOLE written by our own project member AILEEN CHEW features four female sex workers who discuss their “routine” through anecdotes, slowly digging into the darker side of sex. As it turns out, only a few things are what they appear to be.

The details of the event is as listed below:

Date: 4th July 2012
Time: 4.30-6pm
Venue: BETA Theatre, Taylor’s College Sri Hartamas

Date: 6th July 2012
Time: 6.30pm-8pm
Venue: Experimental Theatre, Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus


You really don’t want to miss this theatre production cos we’ve had some awesome reviews!

“The actors portrayed these characters with so much sensitivity and feeling that I had to remind myself a few times that these were just students, talented students, and not professional theatre performers. Truly inspiring to see such a sensitive topic in society treated with this much respect and understanding by everyone.”
— Mr Philipp Gan, Career Counselor at Taylor’s Uni

“It was very real and moving. They managed to touch on the questions of fear, confusion, anger, and stress that so many so many people living with HIV face(PLHIV).”
—-Anonymous person living with HIV.


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