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Friends of SRT Programme
If you have always loved theatre and wished there was something you could do to show your support, why not be our Friend?
As a non-profit organisation, SRT relies on the generosity of donations from supporters like yourself to support the production of quality theatre. With your help, we can continue to nurture local talent both on and off stage and produce the best theatre for young and old.
In return, you will be the first to hear about our upcoming shows, receive tax benefits for your donation, tickets to our shows and so much more. Another benefit of being a Friend is the invitations you will receive to masterclasses and talks with our directors and actors.
Theatre is a strong education platform that inspires the imagination and unlocks creativity.
Your support helps fund programmes for over 70,000 children, teachers & parents annually.
With your contribution, we can continue nurturing local talent like young actors, directors,
and musical composers through SRT’s The Young Company and our Residency programmes.
Your donation allows us to partner with some of the best international and local talent to produce great theatre.
Such partnerships help create a vibrant society with a thriving arts scene for all to enjoy.

For more information, please contact us at friends@srt.com.sg or visit http://srt.com.sg/supporting-srt/friends-of-srt.html.
Forbidden City - Portrait of an Empress
Singapore Repertory Theatre and Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, invite you to join us for the restaging of the most successful original musical ever to be produced in Singapore – Forbidden City: Portrait of an Empress. Following three sold-out runs and over 100,000 tickets sold, this epic musical promises to be the cultural event of the year. The musical stars Kit Chan as the Empress Dowager Cixi, with Cheryl Tan as the young imperial concubine, Yehenara, and features music by Cultural Medallion winner, Dick Lee. The cast will also include West End star Earl Carpenter (Les Misérables) and Broadway star Stephanie Leigh (Mary Poppins) as well as Singapore’s very own Sebastian Tan (Broadway Beng). Two of the greatest icons of China’s ancient history come to life before your eyes in a spectacular musical of epic proportions. Come step into the cloaked world of the Forbidden City and the legendary Empress Dowager Cixi. You’ll be mesmerized by this soulful tale of dark secrets, whispered rumours, love, betrayal and power. Forbidden City: Portrait of an Empress explodes on stage with stunning sets, costumes and the ever-haunting question of the truth. What really happened in the Forbidden City over a century ago?  Who was the real Dowager Empress? The Dragon Lady of myth? Or a misunderstood victim of circumstance? Experience Forbidden City: Portrait of an Empress…then you decide.*The role of The Empress Dowager Cixi will be played by Cheryl Tan, Kit Chan and Sheila Francisco depicting different stages of her life.  
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“The most sophisticated date play Broadway has seen” - The New York Times Do you believe in parallel universes?Would you love the same person in a parallel world? A love story set in the landscape of string theory, Constellations by Nick Payne defies the world as we know it.  Join Marianne and Roland on their spellbinding romance that repeats over a course of vignettes. One a physicist, the other a beekeeper, their lives play out in an infinite number of realities. Watch how their relationship moves along different trajectories in a multiverse that spans time and space. Constellations stars London’s Edward Harrison and Stephanie Street, directed by Bruce Guthrie. After sold out seasons on Broadway and on London’s West End, don’t miss Constellations’ premiere in Singapore!
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Hand to God (Restricted 18)
If The Book of Mormon and Avenue Q had a Baby, this would be it!Troubled teen, Jason is coping with his father’s recent death and is forced to join his mother, Margery in her Church-led puppet group. When this God-fearing boy discovers that his sock puppet has a life of its own, all hell breaks loose. Literally.In this provocative dark comedy, Jason’s satanic sock puppet named Tyrone, shows the children, minister and school bully who’s really in charge. Spectacularly foul-mouthed and wickedly scandalous, Tyrone shocks the congregation with his outrageous insinuations, exposing their deepest secrets—and teaching us all about what it means to be human. Hand to God riffs on everything from love to faith.Starring Daniel Jenkins, Janice Koh, Ann Lek, Thomas Pang and Gavin Yap.
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A Peter Rabbit Tale Holiday Programme
This March, SRT invites your children to experience a magical journey at our A Peter Rabbit Tale holiday drama programme facilitated by Joanna Pilgrim! Let your children discover the importance of family and the wonderful freedom of being themselves together with Peter Rabbit as they enter the charming world of Beatrix Potter’s beloved children’s classic. It will be a week to remember, filled with drama, art and craft, and music – all culminating in a showcase performance on our stage by the children for friends and family.  
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A Peter Rabbit Tale
Somebody stop that rabbit! Peter causes nothing but trouble with his constant mischief, but when he breaks the rules and steals from Mr. McGregor's garden, he knows he's gone too far. Afraid of what his mother might say, the only option for this little fugitive is to leave his warm rabbit hole and run away into the big world.Peter goes on a musical adventure of new places and new faces as he discovers the importance of family and the wonderful freedom of being yourself. This play teaches children the importance of family and to cherish their loved ones.A Peter Rabbit Tale is based on the beloved children’s classic by Beatrix Potter and beautifully reimagined by Sarah Brandt.
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Platinum Archangel - S$20000
Golden Archangel - S$15000
Silver Archangel - S$10000
Archangel - S$5000
Angel - S$1000
Patron - S$500
Supporter - S$300