BANGKOK — Theatre actors join force in an upcoming play to question the art of acting and coexistence of all beings.

Love, sex, lies, dreams, self-delusion and memory confronts characters in “Co/exist,” a nonlinear performance consisting of three stories.

Six established actors will take the stage including Pattarasuda Anuman Rajadhon, who recently won a critics’ prize for Best Direction; Sasithorn Panichnok, who received several Best Actress nominations for her performance in the 2016 film “The Island Funeral” and stage director Nophand Boonyai.

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The play’s rumination on life and living with others follows on Nophand’s examination last year of life after 40 in “Happy New Year Mr. Smith.”

“Co/exist” is the first performance of the newly launched company Fullfat Theatre. The show will be performed in English with Thai subtitles.

Tickets are 600 baht and 450 baht for students. Information about reserving seats is available online.

The play opens Saturday with 8pm showtimes through June 11 at Warehouse 30, a new art gallery about a five-minute walk from the new TCDC on Charoen Krung Road. It can be reached by taxi or motorbike from BTS Saphan Taksin.

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