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|Fri, 29 Nov 2019||Concert|
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Sat, 14 Sep 2019
|Sun, 8 Sep 2019||Theatre|
in::music – StellaVee: Say Whaaat? ...
Friendship never ends!Come along on this journey with music from Singapore’s eclectic pop-duo – StellaVee!Made up of local singer-songwriters Stella and Vee from homegrown record label Ocean Butterflies Music, the talented pair will be presenting their own compositions and yet-to-be-released originals at their debut ticketed showcase – Say Whaaat?. Through their shared love for music and performing, the girls have formed a firm friendship that brings out a musical camaraderie that is seen in their songs and performance. Featuring songs such as Tears From the Sky from web drama Wonder Kiss, A Friend Says as well as popular covers, join the two best friends for an evening of catchy pop ballads as we celebrate friendship!
SCLTA New Works Festival 2019 新华剧体 ...
Playwright: Gong XinProducers: Chng Yi Kai * and Teo Pei Si *Director: STRANGER 艺族Directorial Concept: Toh Wee Peng *Set Designer: Han XuemeiLight Designer: Liu Yong HuaySound Designer: Ng JingCast: Goh Guat Kian, Judy Ngo, Angelina Teo *, Chng Yi Kai *, Kwan Chun Long *, Melody Chan * and Teo Pei Si ** 艺族成员 Members of STRANGERA woman awakes and finds herself in the underworld, dead. As if that’s not enough, she learns that she needs to rush through her application for reincarnation. She revisits life-changing episodes of her life, only to find out that she has a knot in her heart, one that has been forgotten and buried in her mind...waiting to be untied.KNOTS is an original production created by the theatre collective, STRANGER. Made up of six young artists, STRANGER hopes to tell a story which depicts language politics and societal expectations in Singapore today, and how it influences and informs our life choices.KNOTS is presented as part of Singapore Chinese Language Theatre Alliance New Works Festival 2019, in collaboration with Esplanade – Theatres On The Bay.About STRANGERSTRANGER 艺族 is a Singapore theatre collective. We are six artists who graduated from the second cohort of ARTivate, the youth wing of Drama Box. As theatre-makers working in an increasingly fractured society, we strive to find common ground while celebrating individuality. With a keen interest in social issues, we aspire to make art that reflects social reality, and resonates with our audience.
SCLTA New Works Festival 2019 新华剧体 ...
SCLTA, in collaboration with Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, presents New Works Festival 2019 which will showcase dramatised readings of three brand new original works by emerging theatre professionals, Goh Seok Ai, Ellison Tan Yuyang and Zelda Tatiana Ng.Script Readings: 11am: Dancing Glory 《坚强的阿花》 2.30pm: Let Go Lightly 《轻的声音》 5pm: The Costume《戏服》Dancing Glory 《坚强的阿花》Director: Chong Tze ChienPlaywright: Goh Seok AiActors: Leanne Ong and Regina Fooah hua, an average girlborn in a normal familyleading what seems to be a normalbutunusual lifeseems ordinary yet a little extraordinary...seems typical yet a little uncommon...a story of a “person”...“As an adult, we rarely want to listen to another person’s story,especially that of an ordinary person.But an ordinary person may be leading an unusual life that we don't know of,which is why I wrote this story.”- Seok AiThis is the first play written by an ordinary person, Seok Ai.Let Go Lightly 《轻的声音》Creative Producer: Mok Cui YinDirector: Oliver ChongPlaywright: Ellison Yuyang TanActors: Li Xie, Alvin Chiam, Doreen Toh, Jo Kwek, Tay Kong Hui and Shawn ChuaA radio station struggles to stay afloat in the face of multiple factors threatening to shut it down. A group of passionate radio DJs plough on fervently, fighting for what they believe in, never backing down even when the fight is forcibly taken from them. Is our identity shaped by the desire to fight for what we believe in? Is that identity altered forever if the fight is taken away from us? What, or who, has allowed this to happen?Let Go Lightly spans three decades, telling the story of a fictional radio station, its gradual decline and eventual closure, and the people who tried to keep it alive.The Costume《戏服》Director/Playwright: Zelda Tatiana NgResearch Assistant: Lina YuProduction Manager: Clarisse NgCast: Sonia Kwek, Derrick Tay, Tan Weiying, Chong Woon Yong, Lina Yu, Yeo Kok SiewWhen the 15-year-old Hong arrived in Singapore from Guangdong in the 1930s, Cantonese Opera was very popular. Hong loved opera but chose to give it up for practical reasons. Years later, his grandson Qiu became an opera star. However, Qiu’s fame was short-lived as interest in Cantonese Opera declined in the 1960s. A depressed Qiu chose to leave home and thus became uncontactable.Spanning across 80 years of social-political development and the rise and fall of Cantonese Opera in Singapore through the eyes of the three generations, The Costume is the first stage adaptation of the novel by Cultural Medallion recipient, Yeng Pway Ngon.
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