Acting Credits

Year 2022

A Timely Collage
  • A specially-commissioned dramatised tour inspired by Malay Heritage Centre’s last special exhibition, Cerita.
  • Roving site-specific performance inside Malay Heritage Centre
  • Performed several performances in a span of 3 different months
Anak (Child)
  • 30 years after its very first staging entitled ANAK MELAYU, playwright and director Noor Effendy Ibrahim offers an updated version of ANAK (Child) in 2022.
  • Written & directed by Noor Effendy Ibrahim
  • Presents an unrelenting, uncomfortable, and unforgiving portrayal of the psyches of six Malay youths and their relationships with family, religion, and love.
  • Performed on 17 – 20 Mar 2022
  • Performed at Esplanade Theatre Studio
  • Review, in English, by Dumbriyani: No Anak
  • Review, in English, by Fairuz Jaafar: A Review of Anak
  • Review, in English, by Corrie Tan in ‘The Intimate Critic’: Trauma, abuse, and power struggles haunt us in different ways in this 30th-anniversary rewrite of Noor Effendy Ibrahim’s seminal “Anak Melayu”
  • (“I also wanted to spend some time with Fuad (Al Hafiz Sanusi), who wanders around the space trapped in a dog mask. There’s a moment where he cries out, plaintively, Aku anjing? Aku… anjing? (I’m a dog? I’m… a dog?), and it just broke my heart. What happens when people cannot even recognise the debilitating roles they have taken on in a family, in a community? How do they even escape?”)

Year 2021

There Are Saga Seeds In Our Pockets
  • Digital performance adapted from a popular children’s book of the same title
  • Directed by Dalifah Shahril for Pesta Raya 2021, organised by Esplanade Theatre
Tepuk Amai-Amai
  • Children’s Theatre piece performed during times of pandemic
  • Directed by Cultural Medallion recipient, Atin Amat
Where Are You?
Wan Belantara: Enjet-Enjet Semut

Year 2020

Not My Mother’s Baking
Cik Hassan
  • Music Video for Singapore’s Malay Pop Ye Ye band, El Bonekas
  • Link to Music Video: Cik Hassan (2020)

Year 2018

Cerita Cinta
  • Directed by Noor Effendy Ibrahim
  • Contains heavy, mature themes such as domestic violence and child abuse
  • Review by Bakchormeeboy: Cerita Cinta – 5th November 2018
  • Review by dumBriyani: SAYA TAK SIHAT! – 6th November 2018
  • (“I never understood why, but then, the psyche of survivors are difficult to comprehend. Zaki was the textbook example of a child so moulded and shaped by trauma, he seemed to be low functioning, he seemed to have cognitive difficulties, his development so stunted by fear.”)
  • Link to Full Show: Cerita Cinta (Love Story) 2 Nov 2018
Nam Hwa Opera’s ‘Persecuting The Husband’
  • A Teochew Opera performance
  • Performed in a comic jester role
An Anatomy of a Heartbreak
  • A movement, site-specific piece held at ArtScience Museum, part of ArtScience Late
  • Characters inspired by Speak Cryptic‘s visual arts
  • Performative movement piece on the 7 stages of grief
  • Link to Performance: An Anatomy of a Heartbreak

Year 2017

  • Went for an intensive 2-weeks Balitaksu Actors’ Training programme in Bali, Indonesia learning Western clowning and Balinese masks work
  • Performed an excerpt of Sarah Kane’s ‘Blasted’ as Ian
Ollie & Friends (Season 4)
  • Mascot Actor for Ollie character (lead role)
  • Worked on over 36 dance/movement items in mascot and 30 scripted episodes16707039_1527033033991729_729121220_n16651923_1527033030658396_2097632462_n

Year 2016

Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) Mascots
Club Malam: The Tribe
  • A movement, site-specific piece held at Old Kallang Airport, for SIFA O.P.E.N. 13645309_1308737085821326_3135913599607593416_n
Beijing Opera
  • Went for an intensive 3-weeks Beijing Opera training with Shanghai Theatre Academy in Shanghai, China
  • Performed a Beijing Opera version of August Strindberg’s ‘Miss Julie’ as Jean13626417_1308736612488040_1754317528319530278_n

Year 2015

Mending The Broken Heart
  • Part of the Ensemble on a production centered on cancer patients and caregiver11054283_10152864459201817_3403857660565649268_o

Year 2013

Traffic Jam
  • Garnered positive review by for lead performance
  • “The standout of the night was undoubtedly the performance of Al Hafiz Sanusi who played the lead role of Y, portraying the various obstacles and barriers he faced as he grew up.” (Alethea Tan, 15 Oct 2013)
  • Traffic Jam-2013

Year 2012

Mama Looking For Her Cat
  • Part of the Ensemble in Paper Monkey’s production
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Flower Nymphs
  • A roving movement and site-specific piece by Cake Theatre540894_10151044742066368_456526171_n

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