As I promise you, I present to the readers (who’ve been nice enough to visit this blog) Bruce Kuhn, a man with such talent to entertained us about the story of Jesus. Sorry it took so long, I’ve been on a long ongoing battle with Dr Evil Flu and his disciples Hot Head Fever for the whole week. (Plus was busy organizing my brother’s birthday and some social activity which of course will be featured exclusively here… lol).
The event was held at the Sacred’s Heart Church Hall on the 14th August 2010 & 15th August 2010. The fee admission was only RM10 and RM5 for student.
I didn’t actually paid for my tickets though, my parents did. They
force asked me to tagged along and surely I can’t say NO to my lovely mother *wink2*. The night got even merrier when HAWT cousin Daisy and aunt Annie joined us.
8.15pm when everyone is finally seated, the MC start off with a funny introduction about Mr Bruce Kuhn. She emphasizes just like in the poster that Mr Bruce Kuhn is a Broadway actor but the funny thing is she seems clueless about the Broadway show which she claimed “supposed to be popular”. Mr Bruce Kuhn is one of the actor in Les Miserables (-_-“)… Les Miserables people!!! It’s not suppose to be popular, IT IS POPULAR!!! Anyway Mr Bruce Kuhn played as Montparnase in the show.
After a brief speech from the Archbishop, the show start. To be honest I don’t really know what to expect of the show. This photo resulted from my olympus digital camera. As you can see it’s not a good picture. I again blame the distance, it’s too fucking far to zoom. I hate myself at that moment for not borrowing the dslr.
The Gospel of Luke is about Jesus Christ is the third and longest of the four canonical Gospels. It begins with the birth of Christ and his resurrection so it’s quite a long story that will probably put you to sleep before the end. I admit that I’m not exactly a fan of the bible, I’ve read it now and then since kindergarten.
But throughout the show not once did I look at my watch hoping that it will end soon. Bruce Kuhn enthusiastic performance succeeded in making everyone stay put on their seat. It’s like watching, hearing a new story altogether and it’s funny. I really like the way Bruce Kuhn performed the Gospel of Luke mixing it with a hint of comedy. With only the spotlight on him, he stands alone delivering the Gospel of Luke in his own way. My father was really impressed with him, Bruce Kuhn memorized word for word from the Bible. There’s not a moment where he hesitated or paused to think, (except when he needs to drink ) he only took 15 minutes break. The show lasted for an hour and a half (more or less) and I’m proud to say not a waste of money (even though it’s not my money). If the Sunday summons is anything like this, I will definitely looking forward going to mass.
Although I’m sad to say that I missed his second show. I really wanted to go but already had plans but I bet the show is as enthusiastic and inspiring. If Malaysian’s actors can act half as good like Bruce Kuhn, there’s probably chances I’ll be watching local film in the cinema.
owh… and before I end this post lemme show you HAWT cousin Daisy ;)
Trying to be Miss Independent.