Published Date:

October 14, 2020

Dear Friends, Dancers & Students of Sutra,

With much regret Sutra Foundation announces the postponement of it’s immediate activities until further notice. This will include our coming Odissi performance of Triple Frontiers.

This is to be in line with the government’s directive to restrict public movement under CMCO which applies to all Sutra’s gatherings and activities.

In this uncertain times we are deeply saddened, but cognizant that our first priority must always be the safety and well-being of our patrons, staff and dancers and also the greater community at large. Artists who have committed time and money to Triple Frontiers which have to be postponed, are one of the worst hit by this global pandemic.

To Sutra’s patrons and sponsors, who have most kindly donated to this production, we thank you for your generosity. Pls be assured, the events are postponed temporarily and not cancelled. We will endeavour to secure alternative dates once the CMCO is over.

To those who still seek refund on purchased/postponed performances, we ask for your patience. Pls call us at (03-40211092) during office hours for further clarification.

We are forever grateful for your understanding and with your help we will remain positive in these challenging times.

We thank you for supporting Malaysian Theatre and for sure our activities will continue as per normal once this is over.

Performances and activities immediately affected are:

1. Triple Frontiers (Odissi) (16 – 18 October, PJ Civic Centre)

2. Dance classes to be on-hold until 27 October when students will be further notified.

3. All Navarathri/Vijayadasami performances are also cancelled.

Thank you and stay safe!

Ramli & Sutra Team

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