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Thick Beats for Good Girls by Check...
Checkpoint Theatre presents Thick Beats for Good GirlsWritten and performed by Jessica Bellamy and Pooja NansiDirected and dramaturged by Huzir Sulaiman--“Where’s all the women that still remember who they slept with? Where’s all the girls too busy studying to make the guest list?But when you do go out, you still working what you was blessed with [...] Don’t make the good girls go bad, no.”-- Game ft. Drake, Good Girls Go BadBut what is a good girl anyway? Does she have to know her prayers by heart? Can she ever let go, and get her freak on? Thick Beats for Good Girls is the electrifying collaboration between performance-poet Pooja Nansi and playwright Jessica Bellamy, who ask a ton of questions about the balancing act that is being a woman, an ethnic or religious minority and—God forbid—a hip-hop enthusiast.This is the coming-of-age anthem Singapore hasn’t heard yet—mainly because it wouldn’t make it on to national radio. This is love and finding a sense of belonging while rapping along to lyrics your mom wouldn’t approve of, the rush of walking into a club and feeling the bass in your bones. This is learning to stand in your own light. This is asking the question: Do good girls ever get to call the shots?Directed and dramaturged by Huzir Sulaiman, Thick Beats combines the distinctive, bold voices of Pooja and Jessica as they ignite the stage with original poems, rhymes and musings on life. At once thoughtful and joyful, claiming and reclaiming, Thick Beats for Good Girls delves into the intersections between race, culture, femininity and hip-hop while embracing the contradictions that lie at the crossroads.
Tuesdays with Morrie 最后14堂星期二的课 by...
“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 high 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
《阴道独白》The Vagina Monologues
The Vagina Monologues is made up of various personal monologues read by a diverse group of women. Each of the monologues deals with an aspect of the feminine experience, touching on matters such as sex, sex work, body image, love, rape, menstruation, female genital mutilation, masturbation, birth, orgasm, the various common names for the vagina or simply as a physical aspect of the body. A recurring theme throughout the piece is the vagina as a tool of female empowerment, and the ultimate embodiment of individuality.
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