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M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2019: ...
“I want to be someone like somebody else was once.”These words echo in Kaspar’s mouth, as he drowns in his estranged reality.Acclaimed as one of “the plays of the decade”, and as significant as Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot, Edith Podesta directs the NAFA BA (Hons) Theatre Arts students in Peter Handke's Kaspar, where an innocent youth contends with a world intent on regulating every action and thought.When finally Kaspar is drained of all language, he has to confront the greatest terror of his young existence: his humanity.Co-presented with: Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts
Meenah and Cheenah (Rerun)
"Hysterically brazen: Meenah and Cheenah says everything we're too shy to say... a play so funny it'll leave you in stitches for weeks."- Popspoken, May 20, 2016 "It was comic relief of the highest order and proof that those who can laugh at themselves together, have the last laugh."- Cheong Suk-Wai, The Straits Times, May 16, 2016"Siti Khalijah and Judee Tan are completely in their element here, playing a spectrum of local character archetypes with aplomb, moving the audience to a rousing laughter."- Bakchormeeboy, May 18, 2016Singapore's new favourite duo is back by popular demand! After a successful debut with rave reviews, sold-out shows, and a Straits Times Life! Theatre Awards Best Actress nomination for Judee Tan as Cheenah, Meenah and Cheenah are back to make you laugh so hard your dentures may fly out (True story!); Judee teams up with the irrepressible two-time Life! Theatre Awards Best Actress winner Siti Khalijah Zainal once again to tickle audiences in this highly anticipated rerun!A celebration of Singapore's multicultural landscape and unique sense of chapalang humour, join Meenah and Cheenah for a night of bellyaching laughter as they take you on a journey of relatable milestones and answer the burning questions you have always been too shy to ask: what to wear for Racial Harmony Day, Ramadan etiquette, and even the difference between Malay and Chinese spirits!
“Off Centre marks a new maturity in Singapore Theatre, addressing an audience prepared to be challenged.” — Hannah Pandian, The Straits Times Life!“... a major triumph.”— Mayo Martin, TODAY OnlineThe Necessary Stage’s critically acclaimed play, Off Centre, returns 26 years after its premiere in 1993. Written by Haresh Sharma and directed by Alvin Tan, Off Centre is a landmark play in the history of Singapore theatre, best remembered for presenting an honest and unflinching look at mental illness and the stigma surrounding it.Off Centre follows the unlikely friendship between Saloma and Vinod, and traces their journeys as they deal with their personal conflicts as well as social prejudices against mental health conditions.Selected in 2007 by the Ministry of Education as the first Singaporean play to be offered as a GCE 'O' and ‘N’ Level literature text, Off Centre is once again back on the syllabus since 2018.This brand new staging features Abdulattif Abdullah and Sakinah Dollah, who will reprise their original roles as Vinod and Saloma respectively, as well as Aidli Mosbit as Mak.“It’s impossible to not be astounded by the timelessness and thrust of Haresh Sharma’s Off Centre.”— Naeem Kapadia, Crystalwords
"It was lauded as “a special production that should not close until every person in the nation has seen it” by The Straits Times when it made its remarkable debut at the Singapore Arts International Festival in 1992.If you enjoyed popular playwright Michael Chiang’s hit comedies Army Daze, Beauty World, Mixed Signals and High Class, you won’t want to miss his most critically- acclaimed comedy.Bearing all his signature laugh-out-loud situations and snappy punchlines, Private Parts is a wild comedy that explores gender complications, with a dizzy dose of TV histrionics tossed in for good measure.Set in 1990 Singapore, the inventive story traces the misadventures of a popular talk- show host, Warren Lee, who mysteriously turns up at a sex-change clinic. There, he encounters the tart-tongued Mirabella, the light-headed Lavinia and the quietly intense Edward. In a bid to boost ratings, he tries to convince his colourful new friends to appear on his TV show, which leads to unexpected consequences...The stellar cast includes well-known TV personalities Jason Godfrey and Chua Enlai, theatre vets Shane Mardjuki, Zee Wong, Jo Tan, Frances Lee, Andrew Marko, and Aldafi Adnan.Directed by Beatrice Chia-Richmond, Private Parts is the inaugural production by Michael Chiang Playthings Ltd, a new non-profit outfit that will showcase Singapore writings."
Pangdemonium 2019 Season Ticket
Pangdemonium presents an electrifying line-up centred around the theme Present Tense / Future Perfect.The season opens with LATE COMPANY, a gripping and timely play that examines the devastating consequences of cyberbullying. This is followed by an explosive, new original work revolving around the #MeToo movement by Ken Kwek (award-winning director of Unlucky Plaza), THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS TO PRETTY GIRLS. We conclude the season with the audacious, hilarious, multi-award-winning URINETOWN: THE MUSICAL, flushed with outrageous songs and biting satire on the times that we live in. Trust us - urine for a whole lot of fun!
Checkpoint Theatre presents Still LifeA new play by Dana LamDirected and dramaturged by Claire WongStarring Dana Lam and Jean NgPresented in collaboration with TheatreWorks--What happens when an artist picks up her paintbrush after a long hiatus? Does the body still remember what has been lived? Or are the senses dulled by time, the joints fused with experience?Still Life is an affecting look at life and art-making. In this deeply personal performance, Dana Lam rediscovers and reclaims her journey from the 1950s to the present, through her twin first loves: writing and painting. From journalist to activist, from daughter to grandmother, she confronts the choices and tensions that keep a life in balance. The result is an evocative portrait woven of lyrical prose and the unflinching gaze of an artist coming to terms with her own nakedness.Directed and dramaturged with verve and sensitivity by Claire Wong, Still Life focuses on how we look at the world, at the past, and at ourselves. How do we see what we see? And how do we look at a life that’s never still in order to make meaning?
THE GREAT MOSCOW CIRCUS
Roll Up, Roll Up!Direct from Moscow and the circus capitals of the world comes this year’s heart-pounding family spectacular – THE GREAT MOSCOW CIRCUS.Boasting the world’s most dangerous and death-defying acts, including the Wheel of Death and the Motorbike Sphere of Fear, THE GREAT MOSCOW CIRCUS sees the mighty red and white circus big top transformed into an astonishing, high octane, fun-filled entertainment destination.THE GREAT MOSCOW CIRCUS, returns to Singapore for the first time in over 10 years, with over 45 performers – acrobats, clowns, jugglers, daredevils – all circus stars renowned world-wide for their theatrical flair and breath-taking talents.Circus doesn’t get much wilder than this!The Great Moscow Circus Singapore contains no animal acts.
Focusing on a man caught up in a tangled love affair, Florian Zeller’s The Truth is a hard-hitting examination of friendship, suspicion and deceit. In a new version by Christopher Hampton (Les Liaisons Dangereuses), who also delivered new versions of The Father and The Mother, The Truth is a biting new play that discovers what happens when the truth is finally uncovered. Alice and Michel are having an affair. Michel’s wife, Laurence has been asking him difficult questions. Alice’s husband, Paul, is Michel’s best friend. As deceits intertwine, the two couples find themselves lost in a maze of who-told-who-what, where each loving lie seems more necessary and each confession more indiscreet. A brilliantly cruel comedy of the hypocrisies which hold society together, Florian Zeller’s The Truth, premiered at the Menier Chocolate Factory, London, in 2016, in association with Theatre Royal Bath Productions. The Truth is “a devious must-see” (The Guardian) you do not want to miss."Unbelievably good" - The Times"Dazzling" - The Observer
Feminism is an ideology that is familiar; with most of us. We have fought for; have gained independence and equality on many levels but have we forgotten something that are truly important to us? Music Composition by K Hariprasad, Artistic Director V Balagurunathan and Dramaturg Vijaylakshmi Kannan is determined to bring you on a reflective journey. Inspiring from Bharathiyar’s vision, Vizhi Chudare is set to find out about the good, bad and the ugly of the “Puthumai Pen” in us.
一个看似平淡的市镇一座看似平淡的组屋却蕴藏着一段段耐人寻味的生活故事新加坡福建会馆青年演艺团呈献《95生活》，一部改编自美国著名剧作家桑顿·怀尔德经典剧作《我们的小镇》的小品。让《95生活》带您去重新发现大家再熟悉不过的环境，细细品尝生活中的一点一滴。Ordinary estateOrdinary HDB blockOrdinary peopleExtraordinary momentsAn adaptation of Pulitzer Prize-winning play Our Town by American playwright Thornton Wilder, Blk 95 brings you on a journey to uncover your own not-so-ordinary life.
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