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The Moon is Less Bright by Goh Poh ...
February 14, the Japanese troops are approaching.The Tay's household, rural Singapore. A welcoming offer of shelter from certain danger in the city turns into an uneasy living arrangement between two families worlds apart in class. Will their convictions and world-views hurt or help each other? Will they bother seeing past their trappings? Or rather, can they?The Moon Is Less Bright presents a provoking look at our instinctive class consciousness, how we carry ourselves and judge others. When we resent privilege in others and insist on our set of values: are they well-founded or misguided, for better or worse?The Second Breakfast Company's re-staging of Singapore literary pioneer and Cultural Medallion recipient Goh Poh Seng's first play is a poetic drama revived for the modern stage to examine current concerns of privilege and inequality in Singapore, 55 years since it was first written.Directed by: Adeeb FazahAdapted by: Dominic NahStarring:Benjamin KohCheryl TanFadhil DaudIvan ChoongLynn ChiaMiriam CheongQotn Van S.YXie Shangbin
The Village 宝岛一村 by Performance Wo...
“The pinnacle of our era of theatre.”– The Beijing News, 2010“A side effect of watching The Village, besides giving teary applause and standing ovations, is that it induces the viewer an overwhelming desire to hug one’s family in a rib-cracking deadlock and then dragging them to the theatre to watch it again.” – The Straits Times Life!, 2012“Big-hearted”, “accessible”, “humourous” and “obscenely tear-jerking” were some of the phrases used to describe this heartwarming play by internationally celebrated Chinese playwright and director Stan Lai and famed TV producer Wang Wei Zhong.Experience the joys and trials of three families over three generations in a moving production that recaptures the spirit of the village communities, preserves this rapidly disappearing culture and heritage of Taiwan’s Dependents’ Villages, and tells a poignant immigrant story that is no less different from Singapore’s.In the late 1940s, Taiwan experienced an influx of new immigrants from China who were subsequently housed in what became known as Dependents’ Villages. What were supposed to be temporary homes became permanent ones, and a thriving subculture emerged that would vibrantly colour Taiwan’s cultural heritage forever.After an international tour of over 200 shows that saw widespread acclaim and sold-out performances in Taiwan, China, and the US, and standing ovations in Singapore in 2009 and 2012, The Village returns to Esplanade to mark its 10th anniversary.Co-produced by Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay and Performance WorkshopAbout Dependents’ VillagesThese villages thrived for nearly half a century and more than 800 villages existed, each with their own unique culture and community. Today, less than 200 remain. Inspired by and based on a variety of real-life immigrant experiences, The Village brings you into the lives of these displaced people during this significant period in the history of Taiwan.Upgrade your theatre experience with a pre-show backstage tourLimited Cat 1 tickets at $138. Only for Sat and Sun shows.(Sat: 5pm, Sun: 12pm, Meeting point: Esplanade Box Office)
Tuesdays with Morrie 最后14堂星期二的课 by...
This show has received overwhelming response since tickets went on sale. To give more audiences a chance to catch this acclaimed production, a matinee show has been added on 21 Jul, Saturday. Grab your tickets fast to avoid disappointment!“The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to let it come in.”One of the world’s top selling memoirs of all time, Tuesdays with Morrie is a moving rumination about life and death, based on author Mitch Albom’s interviews with his college Professor Morrie Schwartz. Schwartz was afflicted with the terminal ALS disease (Lou Gehrig’s disease) and the story chronicles his thoughts about living a meaningful life over a series of meetings—always on Tuesdays—that Schwartz had with Albom before his passing. This heartwarming theatrical adaptation of the book features Golden Horse Award-winner Jin Shi Jie as Morrie and popular host Pu Xueliang as Mitch.Performed since 2011 with over 200 shows and highly recommended by 200,000 audience, this gentle, charming and thought-provoking play is full of vitality and has touched the lives of many.Upgrade your theatre experience with an exclusive post-show meet-and-greet session with the artists.Limited Cat 1 tickets at $138.
Drama Box and The Necessary StagepresentUnderclassIn 2016, Drama Box and The Necessary Stage presented the groundbreaking sold-out production Manifesto, that delved into the relationship between art and politics.This year, the two companies collaborate once again on a brand new work that explores poverty, inequality and human dignity in Singapore.Underclass tells the story of Xinyi, who finds herself in a downward spiral after losing her job and her flat. When she moves into a rental unit, she meets Johari, and they strike up an unlikely friendship. Will they be able to get out of their disadvantaged status with the help of well-meaning friends, entrepreneurs, civil servants and politicians?Whose responsibility is it provide assistance for those who fall through the cracks? Can we make a difference and address imbalance in our society? Why should we?Underclass asks urgent questions about the widening class divide in Singapore today. Who speaks up for the marginalised in society? Or will they be airbrushed out of our national narrative of prosperity and progress?Created by:Alvin TanBani HaykalBrendon FernandezGoh Guat KianHaresh SharmaKok Heng LeunMAX.TANPetrina Dawn TanSiti Khalijah ZainalVincent LimYang Shi BinYazid Jalil
Waiting for Godot
A tragicomedy in two parts, Waiting For Godot follows two days in the lives of wandering vagabonds Vladimir and his friend Estragon on a barren country road as they wait expectantly by a lone tree in hope for salvation from a man called Godot. A man they hope will give them answers to their undefined questions. While waiting, they fool around, entertaining one another with feisty debate and comedic Vaudevillian tricks.Instead of Godot they meet two eccentric travellers, the overbearing landowner Pozzo, and his tormented servant Lucky and a young boy who advises them that ‘Mr Godot won’t come here today but he’ll surely arrive tomorrow’. When tomorrow comes, still determining to leave, the pair remain and wait, they wait for Godot.Few plays have attracted so much interpretation. Much attention has been centred on the character of the cryptic Godot. But perhaps the real subject of this extraordinary text is not Godot, but waiting.This production from Ireland’s AC Productions has thrilled and entertained audiences since 2005.
《偶然。徐志摩》 Xu Zhi Mo
“悄悄的我走了，正如我悄悄的来，我挥一挥衣袖，不带走一片云彩....”两段父母之命式的伪婚姻，在封建制度下明明各有所爱，却偏要把不相合的人捆缚在一起，虚度日子、再慢慢腐化....这，不是何等残忍的事吗？本剧以徐志摩先生短短三十四年的一生作为主题，揉合其着作，人生观，以及与他生命中三位重要的女人 - 张幼仪丶林徽因及陆小曼之缘聚缘散，结合水袖舞丶华尔兹丶中国昆曲丶多媒体投影等表演艺术元素，在舞台上重现徐先生的浪漫才情
大狗民 Citizen Dog
一位不得志的独居老作家，饱受一位滥用职权的官员的欺凌与威胁。一位来历 不明的外地女郎要求租赁房间，作为提供可疑的推拿按摩服务的场所…… 一位年轻貌美的补习老师，接受了一位中年丧妻的官员的殷勤，替官员年过三 十仍在求学的傻儿补习……在一处地契期满、无偿归还的住所里，一条爱说脏话的白狗和 一尊造型性感的狐仙像，共同见证了这一切。究竟是人是鬼，是狐是妖？到底是真是假，是虚是实？《大狗民》灵感取自《聊斋志异》，描绘了一场荒诞的情欲噩梦，书写了一个 魔幻的现实困境。钟达成与刘晓义继5 年前备受好评的《大猪民》之后，再度 携手联合编剧。《大狗民》由钟达成执导， 李邪、刘晓义、詹辉朕、郭沛珊领 衔主演，为您构建一个笑里藏泪、喜中带悲的“新都市聊斋”。
青年相声专场 <<哄堂11>> Cross Talk Show - R...
2007年，少儿组成立了新加坡相声品牌 “哄堂”。“哄堂”是给予本组资深演员继续磨练丰富自小掌握的相声知识、技巧、以及表演的平台。演员们用心演绎由本地及本组相声作者 - 苏维胜、马业仙、 陈伟德、刘智彬、蓝云舟以及高小珺 –创作的相声段子，不但幽默且富有意义。我们的演员不但会说相声、也会写相声。中国著名表演艺术家耿殿生先生及相声表演家耿强先生同台演出。青少儿广播演艺组的资深相声演员: 林福来、刘智彬、高小珺、蓝云舟、朱铭敬、陈姿含、陈詠渝、龙籍健等联合演出。快来与我们一同“哄堂”大笑！
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