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Fear of COVID

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Five stories revolving around the theme Fear of COVID: What if there's no vaccine?  Performed by our pool of actors from all over the world. This is a recording of the performance showcase on July 12, 8.30pm (Hong Kong Time) on Zoom.



That was awesome and so much fun.


— Ron Rosenfeld 

I wanted to thank KrisP for the opportunity to perform and do something that makes me feel alive


— Nadia Rahman 

I miss this after-show feel or after-wrap feel ☺️ Thank you so much for the opportunity!


— Krizzia Sayson

Thanks so much! So grateful to be a part of this project! Thank you to the Kris p team and writers! x


— Carina McWhinnie

Thank you, everyone. The writing and performances were stellar throughout.


— Ken Preuss

Wonderful job actors and writers!


— Devorah Medwin

Brilliant job to everyone who put this creative platform together so beautifully!!


— Rachelle Luym

Thank you so much, Kristina and Khairul, for creating this super event!!! I LOVED working on it with Pavan and then seeing everyone from all over the world tonight, made it feel so special. We'll still have theatre 🎭 and now we have Zoom too! Keep hopeful, stay safe and hope to work with you again!



— Susie Penrice Tyrie

Lovely writing, direction and performance


— George


Content Calendar_2020_07_WHO WHY WE ARE

James is a member of the Nylon Fusion Theatre Company in New York. His plays have been produced or developed at theaters across America and around the world including the O’Neill National Playwrights Conference (selection and six-time semifinalist), Lark, PlayPenn, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, hotINK Festival, Irish Repertory, CAP21, Samuel French Festival, Victory Gardens, Hudson Stage Company, Abingdon, New Repertory, Lyric Stage, Detroit Rep, Great Plains Theatre Conference, Seven Devils, Telluride Playwrights Festival, Ashland New Plays Festival, Boston Playwrights Theatre, Colony Theatre, Theatricum Botanicum, Circus Theatricals, and Arkansas Rep. They have been published by Dramatic Publishing, Smith & Kraus, Applause Books, and Original Works Publishing.

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Ken Preuss is a writer and performer who became a teacher to guarantee an audience 5 days a week. Although his one-acts and short plays have been produced in festivals and schools in Australia, Canada, China, England, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, New Zealand, South Africa, and 48 of 50 States, Ken is rooted near Orlando, Florida with his wife, sons, and a few too many pets.

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Tiffa Foster is a new playwright living in Saint Paul, MN. She wrote her very first play in February 2019 and since then has had several of her plays performed in London, Washington State, Illinois, Wisconsin, and Minnesota. It's a lot of fun and she has met so many wonderful people along the way. She loves to wonder about why things are the way they are and how they could be different. She hopes you are healthy and happy.

Content Calendar_2020_07_WHO WHY WE ARE

Ron Rosenfeld is the author of four full-length plays and numerous one-act/short plays. His works explore the interface between science, religion, faith and ethics. His plays have been produced in California, New York, Europe and Asia. He can be reached at

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In the Chicago theatre community Scott Carter Cooper has worked as a producer, writer, director, actor, and singer for some of the most prominent companies, including Steppenwolf, The Lyric Opera of Chicago, Theo Ubique, Trap Door, CityLit, Circle Theater, Center Theatre, Bailiwick Repertory, and many other small storefront theatres.  His plays are intended for small professional companies with diverse ensembles looking for economical productions and have been presented internationally in Canada, the UK, Germany, China, Japan, and India and domestically in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Miami, Bismarck, ND, and Eden Prairie, MN. In 2018, the premiere season of Flash Radio Theatre, a podseries, debuted featuring recordings of six of his short works.  The second season, titled The Morning Glory Stories, was released in January 2020.

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