Tuesday, January 1, 2013

STOMA (New play by Elangovan)

Update: MDA BANS STOMA AT 8 PM ON TUE 8 JAN 2013


STOMA

presented by Agni Koothu (Theatre of Fire) & The Substation
Written and directed by Elangovan
Performed by Hemang Yadav & Gloria Tan

Thursday 17 to Saturday 19 January 2013, 8pm
The Substation Theatre
Admission: $20, available from the box office, contact Mish’aal 6337 7800 / boxoffice@substation.org
Mature content. Rating to be advised by MDA (Media Development Authority)

SYNOPSIS:
A Catholic priest who was defrocked and removed from the ministry over sex abuse allegations is visited by an internet sex-chat contact.  Meanwhile, an angel’s visitation ignites an examination of his conscience and his past sins surface as reminiscences to purify his soul. He confesses his sins to seek redemption when the sex-chat contact walks in.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

nice movie, how i can get this movie?

Seelan Palay said...

Hi, I'm sorry its not a movie. It's a theatre production that is acted out live in front of an audience. It'd be great if you could attend it :)

Thachna Balakrishnan said...

Just read that the play has been banned my MDA on the grounds that it contains sexually explicit material, blasphemous and degrading references language which would be denigrating to the Catholic and wider Christian community of Singapore.


What a load of crap!

Anonymous said...

A Catholic priest (a representative of the people) who was defrocked and removed from the ministry (was told to resign) over sex abuse (sex scandal) allegations is visited by an internet sex-chat contact. Meanwhile, an angel’s visitation ignites an examination of his conscience and his past sins surface as reminiscences to purify his soul. (His boss told him the way out) He confesses his sins to seek redemption (Public confession and he was declared honorable) when the sex-chat contact walks in. (The problem is now passed to another party) Now, am I having too fertile an imagination?

sexual network said...

Meanwhile, an angel’s visitation ignites an examination of his conscience and his past sins surface as reminiscences to purify his soul. He confesses his sins to seek redemption when the sex-chat contact walks in. Interesting sharing.

Seelan Palay said...

Dear readers, please take note that the play STOMA has been banned by the Singapore authorities: http://seelanpalay.blogspot.sg/2013/01/mda-bans-stoma-at-8pm-on-tue-8-jan-2013.html