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ACT 3 International Presents The Ra...
Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia’s elegant new show, The Rainbow Fish, will include an original stage adaptation of Marcus Pfister’s colourful story as well as two of his companion tales, Rainbow Fish Discovers the Deep Sea and Opposites.An Asian Premiere, the Rainbow Fish will enchant even the youngest child with his silver scales and heart of gold in this award-winning book about the beautiful fish who learned to share his most prized possession. Using the magic of black light, Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia will bring The Rainbow Fish to life with their amazing puppetry skills.The first of three tales introduces the most beautiful fish in the sea, whose scales shimmer in all the colours of the rainbow. He is admired and resented by the entire underwater world, until a clever octopus advises him to give each fish one of his scales.Further adventures follow as The Rainbow Fish finds the courage to explore the great unknown deep sea, discovering a new world with wonderful sights and friendly creatures of all shapes, sizes and colours who are eager to make his acquaintance. The underworld wonderland is the setting for an introduction to the concept of opposites.As a fitting finale, the story ends with the most satisfying opposite of all - give and take - as Rainbow Fish shares one of his shining scales with a friend.
Animals' Jamboree 七月童话剧汇演《动物嗨翻天》
Don't miss out on our performance, showcasing 100 young actors from our Cultural Troupe on stage, acting, singing and dancing as lively animals in 4 classic children fairy tales, "The Wolf and The Scholar", "The Rooster and the Sun", "Cockerel in the mirror" and "Crazy Village".The Wolf and the ScholarOne day, a benevolent Scholar was taking a stroll in the forest, where he met a voracious and malevolent Wolf, who was in hot pursuit of an adorable Rabbit. Then came along a trio of brothers, who were Hunters.What ensued was a comical and intense scene of the Hunters chasing the Wolf, and in turn the Wolf chasing the Rabbit!The Rooster and the SunOnce upon a time, in the sky hung 10 Suns, whose beams shone and scorched the earth. The heat became unbearable and an expert archer was tasked to shoot them down.The 10th Sun went into hiding behind a mountain after witnessing how all the rest was shot down.The earth plunged into pitch darkness. Panic ensued!Who could convince the last of the Suns to come out from hiding?The uncouth Lion King?The mild and tired Yellow Ox?Or the honest and enthusiastic Rooster?Time is running out, if the Sun does not rise soon, the earth will be eternally shrouded in darkness! Cockerel in the mirrorThe beautiful Cockerel was vain and conceited. He holds no interest in learning skills and of acquiring knowledge. He would often sneer and tease his fellow animal friends.One day, a distorting mirror was placed in the forest!The ignorant Cockerel was frightened by his own reflection in the mirror, and decided to challenge "the creature" inside to a fight!Crazy Village2 little Ducklings have encountered a serious problem! They could not get their shoes to match!Enlisting the help of their neighbours, the rest of the animals in the forest try to help the little Ducklings to solve their problem.However, no matter how they switch their shoes, their shoes never seem to match!
Code of Silence
February 1942. The commanders of Malaya Command are deep in discussions in Battlebox over the imminent fall of Singapore and they are running out of time. You have been tasked to activate a top secret protocol, which is to send a code word to the secret agents of Force 136 to escape before it is too late. The code word has been encrypted and the Japanese are approaching soon. The future of the resistance lies in your hands.
Corporal Crumble's Christmas Crisis
A christmas-cracker of a show, Corporal Crumble's Christmas Crisis follows the format of a typical British pantomime. With a heroic escapade, an epic showdown with a villain, culminating in a happy celebration with heaps of audience participation in between! Click Here For Theatre Conditions of Entry
Geronimo Stilton Live In The Kingdo...
The popular children’s book hero, Geronimo Stilton is back after a sell-out season in 2017, with a 90minute theatrical and musical adventure, featuring spectacular multi-media projections and stunning 3D effects.Join Geronimo as he sets off on a fantastical quest to save the Queen of Fairies and along the way has to face witches, mermaids, dragons, pixies, gnomes and a giant!Geronimo Stilton, The Kingdom of Fantasy, is the must see show for 7 – 12 years old during this year end school holidays. Don’t miss it!
One Kind of Science Musical
This Children's day, the KidsSTOP™ mascots and the Kindness Cubbies head outdoors for an adventure of their lifetime - with tents and camping rhymes! Enjoy songs, dance and a mystery in this children’s musical as we discover more about our brain and heart, in deciding to be kind. Join the adventure to start displaying kindness today!Recommended for children 8 years and below.Science Centre Singapore and Singapore Kindness Movement are proud to present to you One Kind of Science Musical! It is an original musical that illustrates kindness in a simple scientific manner and shows us that kindness is a state of being - think kind, do kind, be kind. Join the famous five KidsSTOP™ founders together with Singa and the Kindness Cubbies as they bring you through an extraordinary musical journey filled with songs, dance and lights.In One Kind of Science Musical, Singa the Lion makes an appearance. This family icon for kindness that most Singaporeans grew up together with is the most well-known mascot of Singapore Kindness Movement, fronting its bid to help build a gracious Singapore. Together with KidsSTOP™, STEM edutainment centre under Science Centre Singapore, children will be exposed to simple scientific concepts about kindness through creative drama and play.One Kind of Science Musical will be held in conjunction with the Young Learners' Festival 2018, organised by Science Centre Singapore. Expect a series of fun and educational post-show activities at the venue!
PAW Patrol Live! The Great Pirate A...
X barks the spot in the new tour PAW Patrol Live! "The Great Pirate Adventure!" It's Pirate Day in Adventure Bay, and Mayor Goodway is getting ready for a big celebration! But first, Ryder and his team of pirate pups must rescue Cap'n Turbot from a mysterious cavern. When they do, they also discover a secret pirate treasure map! The PAW Patrol set out over land and sea to find the treasure for Mayor Goodway's celebration before Mayor Humdinger finds it first! The pups will need all paws on deck for this pirate adventure, including some help from the newest pup Tracker!
From someone the family barely knows about, to someone they can barely do without - this is the touching story of Indonesian helper Eny, who was brought in to help out as Grandpa's dementia worsens. This thoughtful play revolves around how she affects the lives of young Jeremy, Mother, Father, Grandma and Grandpa. It deals with social issues faced by today's dual-income families, like the joys and woes of intergenerational relationships, common employer-helper issues and the challenges of living with dementia sufferers. Can Eny overcome cultural differences and make a positive impact? Can Mother and Father balance the challenges of working hard to provide for loved ones and taking time to care for them? Catch this original Mandarin musical to find out as you enjoy wonderful tunes, great acting and a touching storyline!
THE JUNGLE ADVENTURE: A ROMP ON THE...
ArtBeatz is delighted to announce yet another original production, the exciting premiere of "The Jungle Adventure". Venture into the lush jungles of Southeast Asia in this enthralling musical puppet show and delve into a hypnotic world of wonder and excitement. With its action-packed plot, captivating characters, and spirited music, "The Jungle Adventure" is set to be an exhilarating and dynamic theatre experience for all, the young and the young at heart.We must love nature because we are part of its great beautyFrolic in the jungle with Mowgli, the intrepid jungle boy, as he learns the importance of sharing the Earth with the other creatures that inhabit it. Adapted from “The Jungle Book” stories by English author Rudyard Kipling, this contemporary adaptation tells a bold tale of the young orphan through lively music and vibrant puppetry. Join Mowgli on his escapades with his adoptive mother, Reiki the Indochinese leopard, and his friend and mentor, Pang Goh Lin the pangolin, as they go up against a vengeful tiger, a scheming snake, and a forest fire that threatens their very survival! Embark on the journey of a lifetime and let the rhythm of the jungle whisk you away through interactive play and fabulous jungle fun!Learning the Value of Bravery, Familial Love, Teamwork and ForgivenessThroughout “The Jungle Adventure”, the protagonists display their bravery and self-sacrificial nature by remaining strong in the face of adversity. Motivated by their love for each other, they draw courage and strength from their sense of community and familial duty. Learning to work together to achieve a common goal is also central to the characters in the musical, and wholly applicable to our daily lives. The musical also imparts the value of forgiveness, and its necessity to living harmoniously, be it with those around us, or with nature.Wildlife ConservationThis musical was mooted to flow along with the moving tides, as Mowgli learns to love and protect nature, prompting the audience to adopt a more mindful attitude towards the environment and the wildlife that live around them.To draw attention to the plight of animals in the wild, most of the central characters in the musical are endangered species. The survival of the Indochinese leopard, the pangolin, the Malayan tiger and the orangutan is under threat due to overwhelming habitat loss and poaching - a pressing situation requiring the co-operation of man. Although most of us are not directly at fault for this, this musical emphasizes the need for our responsibility to nature.
《寸草灵煦》 The Greatest Good
The Singapore Chinese Dance Theatre (SCDT) will be putting up its sixth core production “The Greatest Good” on 20 and 21 July 2018 at 8pm at Drama Centre Theatre.Adapted from a Chinese mythology, “The Greatest Good” tells a story of a wise man who reincarnated as a filial son, Zhen Zi, to a kind old village couple. Zhen Zi took good care of his parents, especially his father who was blind. One day, the young Zhen Zi was accidentally shot by the King who was out hunting. Filled with remorse and touched by Zhen Zi’s filial love, the King brought Zhen Zi's body back to the old couple to seek their forgiveness, and promised to fulfil their son's duty to take care of them. The old couple were devastated upon learning about their son's death, and their loud cries were heard by the Heaven. Deeply moved by the couple’s plight, the Heaven revived Zhen Zi and even restored his father’s sight, and the family was eventually reunited.“The Greatest Good” has been put together by our creative team led by Artistic Director Madam Lim Moi Kim. Interweaving the magic of Chinese folktale and refreshing dance choreography to tell an inspiring story of filial piety, the dance drama aims to reinforce in the younger generation positive character traits such as showing gratitude and respect to our elders, and having love and compassion for the people and things around us.
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