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Thursday, July 7, 2022

The Last Supper?

Thepharak Chanomnoychai in 2046: The Greater Exodus. (Photos courtesy of Throw BKK)

It’s no surprise that as Covid restrictions are easing around the world, people are seeking new experiences to pluck themselves from mundanity, and to see, touch, smell and taste things in ways that awaken them. Why sit inside a theatre when you can walk around an art space or a neighbourhood while stories are spoken into your ears? Why only eat in cafes and restaurants when you can do that and watch a scene of a play unfold? Why dine in a restaurant when you can dine in an old airplane and participate in strange, semi-religious rituals?

We all want to be transported in some way or another by art. And that’s what Throw BKK, an…

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