It was a superb event and I truly enjoyed myself very much. The crowd was s supportive and most of all, the actors, dancers, singers and crews were top notch.
The night started off with a welcome note from the 2010/2011 President, Mr Imran Fauzi followed by the committee video. The choir then did an acapella to bring the crowd's attention to the stage and hence simbolise the beginning of an awesome play.
Mahsuri was one of the folk tales in Malaysia where she was a very fine maiden from Langkawi (one of the islands in northern Malaysia). She was accused of adultery and pleaded her innocence but no one believed her. She was stabbed to death but before dying, she laid a curse on Langkawi and indeed, Langkawi had bad luck for 7 generations. The blood that flow out of the wound was white and it was believed that the white blood signified her innocence.
However, the play tonight was blended with some other folk tales and had a taste of cheekiness to entertain the crowd.
Here are pictures from the play. Credits to Nik Tee for taking these photos.
Everyone in the Teacher's College Auditorium enjoyed themselves that night. They could not stop talking about the performance afterwards and the proud committee could not help but smile. All the VIP enjoyed themself very much and applauded OMSA for putting up a splendid show.