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Paul Loosley

Paul Loosley has been involved in arts and communication for almost 50 years. He has directed and designed numerous film and theatre productions, and has countless awards for advertising, film-making and theatre. He is an Adjunct Professor at LimKokWing University where he has lectured on Film Language and the influence of American Cinema. He has lectured on Theatre at the KLPAC for nine years examining Shakespeare on Film, British and American Playwrights on Film and the works of George Bernard Shaw and Oscar Wilde. In this autumn chapter of his life, Paul – a British and has lived in Malaysia since 1990; determined to pass on the knowledge he has gleaned from his career.

Towards Theatre of Conscience

“Conscience is the voice of God in the soul” - James H. Aughey

Ever since the early theatre of Ancient Greece, morality, ethics and the idea of what is right and what is wrong has permeated theatre. As a topic, it has spawned some of theatre’s greatest and most thought-provoking works and playwrights. From 500 years BC to the present day, many plays have asked more from its audience in terms of challenging perceptions of what is right and what is wrong. 

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