ITI presents a fresh take on 4.48 Psychosis, Sarah Kane's ground-breaking final work.
Combining lyricism with dark humour, 4.48 Psychosis is an unvarnished look at the difficulty of questioning and communicating with the outside world through the lens of depression.
Award-winning director Andy Ng Wai-shek directs the international cast of ITI's graduating cohort in a multicultural interpretation of a modern classic.
"as playful as it is confessional... roaring with life and wit and energy as it gazes unblinkingly at depression and death" - The Guardian
"sometimes poetic and sometimes shocking... never less than taut and fascinating"
- The New York Times
Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
Performed in English, Korean, Malayalam and Mandarin
Presented by Intercultural Theatre Institute
Written by Sarah Kane
Directed by Andy Ng Wai-shek
Performed by ITI's 2020 graduating cohort
Cast: Kyongsu Kathy Han, Li-Chuan Lin (a.k.a. Aki), Prajith K Prasad,
Ramith Ramesh, Rhian Hiew Khai Chin
Set and Lighting Designer: Dorothy Png
Sound Designer: He Yin
Advisory: Rating to be advised.
4.48 Psychosis contains discussions of mental illness, self-harm, suicide and coarse language.