Friday, September 18, 2009



7pm to 11pm Monday October 12th, 2009 @ STUDIO 2 KLPac, Sentul Park

7pm to 11pm Tuesday October 13th, 2009 @ STUDIO 2 KLPac, Sentul Park

Auditions will be maximum 10 minutes. At the audition, the panel will want to hear you sing, and see how you act and move. In addition to your song, please prepare a short one to two minute monologue to deliver in the character for which you are auditioning. Or adlib on the audition day if you prefer. Bring your own props/costume. You will also need to be able demonstrate some skill in movement and a decent sense of rhythm. Bring your music and show us your dance!

IMPORTANT!!Auditionees MUST sing a song that has been featured in a staged musical. This helps the panel of judges to gauge your suitability for the show and the role. Better if you can sing one of the songs that the character for which you are auditioning sings in Mamak Mee-Ah.

SUGGESTIONS Whilst the production team will video the auditions, do please try to bring a Theatre Biodata or CV or Press Kit or something that helps the panel to remember you. Previous experience shows that those who did got the gig over those that didn't.

We have the backing music for all the songs in the show, but if you have your own CD Backing music do please feel free to use it for the audition. If you have sheet music, please bring a keyboard player with you. And a keyboard. And an amplifier.

Ninety percent of success comes from showing up. Try to think about your strengths and what you see that you could bring to the show and the character.

There are only ten spots available. Not everyone will get one. Us saying no does not mean failure, just that you don't appear to have what we see the show needing at this time. Brian McIntyre will call everyone with a decision within two weeks.

But bear in mind that things can change. Initial cast selections occasionally drop out and strong second choices then get the call and the gig. Remember there is always a long term. If not this show, then maybe the next. Stay positive.

CONTACT To book your audition slot, please contact Dylan at 017 3338916 or email Please also advise Dylan which character you want to audition for.
Looking forward to seeing what you've got!!

Saturday, July 4, 2009

Broadway Parodies TWO Lah!

Broadway Parodies Two Lah!

Monday, May 4, 2009

7th Annual Boh Cameronian Arts Awards

Thank you for all your votes.

The 7th Annual Boh Cameronian Arts Awards (BCAA) was a huge success last night at the Emerald Room, Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur.

Broadway Parodies Lagi Lah bagged the Audience Choice Awards in the Musical Theatre Category.

We hope you have enjoyed the show as much as we perform on stage.

Friday, February 6, 2009

More! More! Please, Casts of Broadway Parodies!

Broadway Parodies Lagi Lah has been nominated for the following categories in the upcoming Boh Cameronian Arts Award. Congratulations guys & girls!

§ Best Performance by an Ensemble
§ Best Original Music (Brian McIntyre)
§ Best Choreographer (Farah Sulaiman)
§ Best Musical Direction (Brian McIntyre)
§ Best Director (Brian McIntyre)
§ Best Sound Design (John Siew)
§ Best Performance in a Leading Role (Tria Aziz)

Thursday, January 29, 2009


Hi All,

The Boh Cameronian Kakiseni Audience Choice Award is open for voting. If you have watched us in action, love us and cheered for us for more, come and vote for us

Just go to Kakiseni Website for voting!

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Miss us? Catch some of us in DTB2!

It has been 2 good months since we have had our final performance in Kota Kinabalu, Johor Bahru, Penang, Ipoh & Kuala Lumpur. Catch some of the familiar faces from Broadway Parodies Lagi Lah in another Broadway show in KL.

Tria Aziz (BPLL)

Sunday Clothes (Hello Dolly!), My Strongest Suit (Aida), Welcome to the 60's (Hairspray)

Sabrina Hassan (BPL)

Elegance (Hello Dolly!), If They Could See Me Now (Sweet Charity), Jolly Holiday (Mary Poppins), Nowadays (Chicago)

Ho Soon Yoon (BPL, BPLL, BPLL National Tour)

Sun & Moon (Miss Saigon), The Phantom of the Opera (The Phantom of the Opera), It's Hairspray (Hairspray)

Tabitha Kong (BPLL, BPLL National Tour)

I'll Do Anything (Oliver!), The Phantom of the Opera (The Phantom of the Opera), Carrying The Banner (Newsies)

Zeqhty Nattrah (BPLL, BPLL National Tour)

Nowadays (Chicago), Welcome to the 60's (Hairspray)

Keith Yew (BPLL, BPLL National Tour)

Welcome to the 60's (Hairspray)

Shahila Johan (BPLL, BPLL National Tour)

Welcome to the 60's (Hairspray)

And....Brian McIntyre (Writer, BPL, BPLL, BPLL National Tour)

As the character "Mr Grey"

Venue: Auditorium Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur

Date: 19 & 21 February 2009

Time: 8.30pm

Price: RM200, RM150, RM80, RM50

20% discount for purchase of 4 or more tickets

10% discount for senior citizends (55+)

10% discount for MPO subscribers

Discounts cannot be combined

Tickets are available at:

Box Office,

Dewan Filharmonik PETRONAS,

Ground Floor, Tower 2,


50088 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 03-2051 7007

PETRONITA, the association for the wives of PETRONAS staff and female employees, is organising a charity performances entitled, "DanSing Through Broadway" on 19 and 21 February 2009 at Auditorium Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur. The charity event is organized primarily to raise fund for the Children dialysis Fund established by the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) of Malaysia, as well as for the Children's Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate Corrective Surgery (CCL/CPC) Community Project and for the Musculo-Skeletal Cancer Treatment (MSCT) Regional Centre run by the Prince Court Medical Centre (PCMC).The performance will be led by professionals in the performing arts industry, and the cast includes budding actors comprising primary and secondary schools students. Featuring exceprts from famous and familiar Broadway and movie musicals such as "Mary Poppins", "Hello Dolly" and "Oliver", "DanSing Thru Broadway" promises to entertain whilst promoting education and learning through appreciation for the arts.


Farah Sulaiman (Choreographer BPL, BPLL, BPLL National Tour)


Sabrina Hassan (BPL)

Vocal Coach

Peter Ong

A geeky and somewhat timid Karim meets Grey for an interview. Grey, a theatre producer who is looking for a personal assistant, is appalled with Karim’s lacklustre demeanour: no wonder the boy has not found work, just look at him! He tells Karim the story of “Hello Dolly” where Cornelius and Barnaby present themselves as millionaires to attract their dream girls; thus, our journey through Broadway begins. Featuring hit songs from musicals “Hello Dolly”, Miss Saigon, Annie, A Chorus Line and many, many more; “DanSing Thru Broadway” promises to be entertainment and fun for the whole family.