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When behind the scenes is centrestage

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Jaturachai Srichanwanpen has become quite a household name in the theatre circle. He adapted Pisat Hua To (Big Head Monster) for the stage last year. He followed that up earlier this year with a leading role in Cacophonies, Grisana Punpeng’s adaptation of the Tennessee Williams play Vieux Carre. Now, he’s back again with The Comments, a collaboration with playwright Parnrut Kritchanchai, which will be staged at Democrazy Theatre Studio. 

The cast of The Comments during a rehearsal.

The idea came to Jaturachai when he thought about typical post-performance experiences between a production’s cast and crew, who often spend hours exchanging ideas and opinions about each other’s performances and the audience. This is the angle he wanted to explore.

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