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A short film directed by Brock R.B, written by Kristina Pakhomova, and produced by Krisp. Production.

Sarah was forced to relocate from her home, Russia, to a bustling metropolis, Hong Kong, following her mom's new marriage. Now, after many years, she comes to terms with how her life has turned out and tries to reconcile with her mom who is suffering from dementia and must make a decision whether to leave her and live her life or stay behind and take care of her.

Venus in Fur

“You want funny? You want sexy? Then you’ll want to see VENUS IN FUR.”

Thomas, a beleaguered playwright/director, is desperate to find an actress to play Vanda, the female lead in his adaptation of the classic sadomasochistic tale Venus in Fur. Into his empty audition room walks a vulgar and equally desperate actress—oddly enough, named Vanda. Though utterly wrong for the sophisticated part, Vanda exhibits a strange command of the material, piquing Thomas’ interest with her seductive talents and secretive manner. As the two work through the script, they blur the line between play and reality, entering into an increasingly serious game of submission and domination that only one of them can win. A mysterious, funny, erotic drama that represents yet another departure for the multifaceted David Ives.


Directed, produced, and performed by Kristina Pakhomova and Khairul Kamsani.

Venus in Fur
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This was absolutely amazing! It was the first zoom play I've seen and I am really thankful for the format given my highly emotional reaction to it (ie: loud sobbing throughout...). It was so insightful from different aspects of such a challenging experience - brilliant writing and brilliant conveying of those emotions. Well done and thank you!

— Nicole Marshal

Water Child

On Jeannie’s fortieth birthday, she has much to be proud of and more to look forward to. Having built a successful career, she and husband Mark are finally ready to start the family they have been planning for years. After a few false starts, the baby they have dreamed of will soon be a reality… or will it?

What is simple for some proves much harder for others. Their unexpected journey forces them to question things they have held onto for many years, drawing in friends and family, who all have views of their own…

Water Child, a contemporary Australian play by award winning playwright Emma Wood, chronicles the struggles of one couple’s deepest desire to be parents.

Lady Death

Lady Death

Ludmila Pavlichenko has left everything behind to become a sniper in the Red Army rifle division, a place where women are not welcomed, the fight against fascists. She proves herself into an unforgiving training program that pushes Ludmila to her physical, emotional and mental limits. Will she be able to succeed and find her allies or will she be lost to fighting alone in a war among men?

An original play by Kristina Pakhomova, inspired by the true story of the legendary Soviet Union sniper, Ludmila Pavlichenko- known and feared by her enemies as “Lady Death”.

KrisP. Production‘s historical drama Lady Death is a much-needed catharsis in this turbulent political climate. While this play is not about the anti-government protests per se, it reflects a lot of relevant themes such as the fight for freedom, and the morality of one’s actions. 

— The Actor's Review