Her Australian education and her Muslim upbringing might clash in another scenario, but in the world of comedy it makes her unique and memorable.
Jakarta Performing Arts Community is set to perform Stephen Sondheim’s Broadway hit that tells about romantic relationship, vulnerability and the meaning of happiness.
Ketawa Comedy Club is Indonesia’s first full-time comedy club offering mostly stand-up comedy shows that promises good laughs and fun times seven nights a week.
The anniversary was featured four top international headliners, Alistair Barrie (UK), Michael Harrison (Canada), Melanie Maras (US) and Indonesia’s own Mo Sidik.
With the growing number of international acts—in English—performing in Indonesia, audiences have taken a liking to stand up.
Named among BBC “100 Women of 2018” list, Indonesian Comedian Sakdiyah Ma’ruf uses comedy as a way to challenge Islamic extremism and violence against women.
Legendary Australian stand-up comedian has announced two dates for Indonesia in 2019.