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Chats grants Hi-5 their wish to be superheroes - just for one day. Hi-5 suddenly find they have become the Supers, superheroes in Hi-5 City. There's Super Strong (Lachie), with his 'Belt of Power'. Super Vision (Shay) can see to the other side of the universe & beyond with her Super Vision! Super Sound (Joe) has supersonic hearing with his Super Headphones. Super Fly (Courtney) is super fast and hopes that one day she'll be able to fly... with lots of practice. Finally, there's Super Sneaker (Bailey), whos great at camouflaging and can even become invisible! The Hi-5 Supers have been invited to the Superhero Awards Night but they're kept busy during the day with a series of impossible hilarious missions and obstacles! Finally, the Supers reach the Awards ceremony, but there is more drama to come. During the day's adventures, each superhero has managed to overcome their fears and achieve what they've most wished for. The superhero day ends with the realisation that everyone is super in their own way, every day. Click Here For Theatre Conditions of Entry
Friend of Practice Programme
Be a Friend of Practice, Be a Part of Singapore TheatreFor more information, please visit http://www.practice.org.sg/en/supportus/be-a-donor/The Theatre Practice (TTP) is the longest-standing professional bilingual theatre group in Singapore. In 1965, theatre doyen Kuo Pao Kun and dancer/choreographer Goh Lay Kuan founded Singapore Performing Arts School, The Theatre Practice’s earliest incarnation.As a non-profit arts institution, The Theatre Practice is proud to have countless friends and partners who journeyed with us along the way for more than five decades, sharing our passion for meaningful and quality theatre.It is only with your generous support that we are able to forge ahead with the greatest confidence. Your contribution, big or small, will definitely make a difference.And through our Friend of Practice programme, we intend to recognise your donation in a more meaningful way!For more information, please write to email@example.com.
LOST AND FOUND (based on the childr...
''Perfectly charming.'' The Guardian (UK)From the creators of How to Catch a Star and Hugless Douglas comes another Oliver Jeffers’ classic – Lost and Found.There once was a boy … and one day a penguin arrives on his doorstep. The boy decides the penguin must be lost and tries to return him. But no one seems to be missing a penguin.So the boy decided to take the penguin home himself, and they set out in his row boat on a journey to the South Pole.But when they get there, the boy discovers that maybe home wasn’t what the penguin was looking for after all…This funny, charming tale of friendship is the perfect for a younger audience. Brought to life puppetry, songs and music.Suitable for all – Ideal for ages 3+ and their grown ups.Running time approximately 55 minutes with no interval.A 10% discount is available for groups of ten or more.There is no minimum age for this performance and all audience members must have their own ticket.
THE REUNIFICATION OF THE TWO KOREAS...
The Reunification Of The Two Koreas by Joël Pommerat is a patchwork of twenty short scenes revolving around an unuttered question: what are human relationships made of?A woman wants a divorce because there was never any love between her and her husband, on her wedding day a bride discovers her fiancé had an affair with each of her four sisters, a mother is stunned when she learns her husband is happy with their son joining the army and risking his life at war, two best friends get into a savage fight because one of them recalls their first encounter, a prostitute bargains down her services to hook a client- What are those bonds that lead us to love, hate, help, betray, care, flee, fight, abuse or lie? Each scene explores situations where a relationship is challenged, drawing us into a maze where appeased relations between humans seem as primal, desirable and quixotic as the reunification of the two Koreas.The Reunification Of The Two Koreas is a co-production between TheatreWorks and Centre Dramatique National de Tours (CDNT). It is directed by Jacques Vincey, Artistic Director of CDNT, translated into English by Marc Goldberg, and performed by Cynthia Lee Macquarrie, Ebi Shankara, Karen Tan, Janice Koh, Pavan J Singh, Tan Shou Chen, Timothy Nga, Umi Kalthum Ismail and Zelda Tatiana Ng.---TheatreWorks presents its 2018 Season, BECAUSE I LOVE YOU, with two plays – 13.13.13 by Shen Tan and The Reunification Of The Two Koreas by Joël Pommerat. More information available at www.becauseiloveyou.sg
Shakespeare’s Globe returns to Singapore with three of the playwright’s most popular plays - Twelfth Night, The Merchant of Venice and The Taming of the Shrew.How did a company tour in Shakespeare’s day? We know that when the theatres closed, a small group of actors, juggling a variety of roles in three or four plays from their extensive repertoire, would leave London and head off on tour. We also know that the choice of play or entertainment was left to the most powerful person of the household.Cast your vote!So, following in the tradition of our resident playwright, a company of eight actors will offer audiences a choice of three plays. And also in keeping with tradition – and with thrilling unpredictability – the choice of play will be put back into the hands of the most powerful members of the house: the audience.Follow in the tradition of a Shakespearean audience and get involved, raise your hands and shout out loud to cast your vote for your favourite play!Join us this September to watch one of the three plays on a specific date, or attend one of the Audience Choice shows, where you – the audience- will choose the play just before the performance is set to begin.The Merchant of Venice - In Venice, the epicentre of consumption, speculation and debt, Bassanio borrows money from his friend Antonio to finance his attempt to win the hand of Portia, a wealthy heiress.Twelfth Night - In the household of the Countess Olivia, two campaigns are being quietly waged - one by the lovesick Duke Orsino against the heart of the indifferent Olivia; the other by an alliance of servants and hangers-on against the high-handedness of her steward, the pompous Malvolio.The Taming of the Shrew - Two wealthy sisters in Padua must be married off. The modest, demure Bianca has no shortage of suitors, but who on earth will take the wild, ungovernable, ‘shrewish’ Kate?
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.
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.
Peter and the Starcatcher
Winner of five Tony Awards, Peter and the Starcatcher is a hilarious, hair-raising, and heartwarming prequel to the Peter Pan legend, and a celebration of the innocence, imagination and resilience of the Child.Singapore, 1885: we join Molly (a precocious young Starcatcher-in-training) and three orphan boys on a secret mission – a perilous voyage across seas infested by treacherous pirates, fearsome savages, and dubious mermaids, to a faraway island ruled by an evil king. All for the sake of the mystical, mythical “starstuff,” a celestial substance so powerful, it must never fall into the wrong hands. With the dastardly Black Stache in hot pursuit, the vengeful Fighting Prawn and Hawking Clam lurking in the deep, and the mysterious Mr Grin hungry for his next meal, will the children survive the dangers, find the elusive Neverland and live happily ever after?Featuring a dozen actors portraying more than 100 unforgettable characters, Pangdemonium’s production of Peter and the Starcatcher will be specially adapted to an Asian setting, and is also the company’s very first family show! Full of wit and wonder, colourful characters, and fabulous musical numbers, this is an exhilarating, magical adventure for everyone from 7 to 107, and a timely statement on empowering every child with self-belief, courage and hope.Starring Thomas Pang, Carina McWhinnie, Andrew Marko, Salif Hardie, Benjamin Chow, Daniel Jenkins, Andy Tear, Crispian Chan, Erwin Shah Ismail, Zachary Ibrahim, Juwanda Hassim and Adrian Pang.Directed by Tracie Pang.“Enthralling! Floats right through the ceiling and never stops flying." (New York Times)“Miraculous. Spectacle, wit and joy spill out of this show like treasure out of a magic pocket…a classic.” (New York Magazine)“Soars deliriously high and gloriously far.” (Time Out NY)“An absurdly funny fantastical journey!” (Entertainment Weekly)“Charming and inventive…this show is the gold standard.” (New York Post)
DEAR ZOO Live On Stage! By Rod Camp...
Based on the picture book by Rod Campbell“I'm absolutely delighted that Dear Zoo is being brought to life on stage for the very first time!” Rod Campbell, author and illustratorDear Zoo, the timeless children's book, makes its stage premiere.Rod Campbell’s best-selling lift the flap book has delighted generations of young readers since it was first published in 1982, and has sold more than 8 million copies worldwide.This production will delight all those who have read the book (both young and old) as it unfolds, with engaging puppets, music and lots of audience interaction.Join us this October to see what the Zoo has sent: the perfect pet - in the end!For children aged 2 and above and their familiesThe running time is approximately 55 minutes with no intervalA 10% discount is available for groups of ten or moreThere is no minimum age for this performance and all audience members must have their own ticket.For more information, visit www.aba-productions.com.sg
Die Fledermaus: The Revenge of the ...
Set in cosmopolitan Singapore of today, Gabriel, an affluent Art Dealer, encounters a scuffle with the law and is about to be jailed for eight days. He leaves behind a beautiful wife, Rosalinde, and a vivacious domestic helper, Adele.Meanwhile, some sub-plots develop. Alfredo, an old flame of Rosalinde, wishes to renew acquaintance with her. Adele receives an invitation from her sister, Ida, to attend a lavish party given by a Prince Orlofsky. Comedic confusion arises when Gabriel attends the same party with his friend, Dr Falke. Rosalinde, under disguise as a Countess, also arrives at the same party. Gabriel intends to have one last fling before imprisonment and flirts with the masked Rosalinde!As the farce develops, it revolves around a practical joke designed by Dr Falke. So did Gabriel finally serve his jail term in Changi Prison? Did Rosalinde succumb to Alfredo or to Gabriel?With a cast of lead singers comprising our associates from the Royal College of Music, our illustrious Alumni, our talented Faculty and Students, under the baton of Maestro Lim Yau, Dean of NAFA’s School of Music. The Stage Director is Mr David Edwards, who works internationally as a stage director, writer and presenter in the UK, USA, Europe, Japan and Singapore.For more information , Please click here
SOUVENIR The true story of the oper...
Souvenir takes us back to 1964 where pianist Cosmé McMoon recounts the real-life musical career of one of History’s most unforgettable Opera Stars, Florence Foster Jenkins. She was an outlandish and wealthy socialite who believed in in the importance of sharing her “enchanting voice” with the world. Unfortunately, the ugly truth is Jenkins couldn’t sing! This did not stop her and the unlikely duo went on to hold sensational recitals even producing a sold-out performance at Carnegie Hall!This play with music by English author, Stephen Temperley, was performed on Broadway in 2005-2006 before becoming one of the most-performed shows in the United States. Souvenir was especially popular in Europe where it was performed at prestigious theatre festivals such as "Coup de Coeur", the Avignon Festival Off 2012, at the Théâtre du Ranelagh.Souvenir will make you laugh till you cry! Join us for this amazing show. Under the direction of award-winning director Samantha Scott-Blackhall, this hilarious & tuneful two-character play starring Hossan Leong & Leigh McDonald beguiles the hopeful artist that lives in everyone!Souvenir in the media :"SOUVENIR is downright hilarious…Temperley has brought to this his own sense of mirth as well as a sensibility that doesn't settle for mere mirth. - Boston Globe."…an unexpectedly gentle and affecting comedy." - NY Times."Tone-deaf but utterly pitch-perfect. What is extraordinary about SOUVENIR is that Temperley has made Jenkins, for all her foolishness, a remarkably sympathetic woman..." - NY Daily News.
Tiger of Malaya
Written by: Alfian Sa'atDirected by: Mohd Fared JainalDramaturgy by: Shawn ChuaPerformed by: Farez Najid, Siti Khalijah Zainal, Rei Poh, Rei Kitagawa, Yuya TanakaIn 1943, the Japanese film 'The Tiger of Malaya' was released. Based on the life story of Tani Yutaka, a Japanese man who lived on the east coast of Malaya, the film portrayed him as a patriotic agent who liberated the Malay natives from British imperialists and Chinese capitalists.Now, more than 70 years later, a group of actors are going to reenact scenes from the film. Real Malay actors will replace the 'brown face' Japanese actors in the original. Chinese actors will play antagonists who are 'less evil'. A Japanese actor will try to find a space of performance between the wartime propaganda classifications of heroes, villains and victims.As they comically attempt to 'correct' history, they discover how their identities are sustained not by the accuracies of history but the stubbornness of myths.
Moonfest 艺满中秋 2018 The True Monkey...
Just who is the true Monkey King? Paper Monkey Theatre presents this fascinating tale in a fun and interactive puppetry experience for the young and young-at-heart, adapted from the classic Chinese novel Journey to the West.While on their journey to the west, Master Tang San Zang and The Monkey King Sun Wu Kong were ambushed by a band of robbers! Sun Wu Kong defended his master and successfully defeated the robbers. But Master Tang was displeased at Sun Wu Kong’s reckless actions and decided to send Sun Wu Kong away. At Sun Wu Kong’s departure, an impostor with the same appearance and abilities as Sun Wu Kong appeared! Sun Wu Kong returned and a fierce battle ensued, with no clear victor in sight. Who is the one true Monkey King who will protect Master Tang in his journey to the west?Presented through traditional and modern hand puppetry featuring martial arts elements and live music by SA the Collective, The True Monkey King is an entertaining experience that also teaches young audience members the importance of learning from mistakes.An Esplanade Commission.Advisory: Recommended for children aged 5 and up. Admission only for children aged 4 and up.Performed in Mandarin, with English surtitles
Because It's Fun
Presented By: The Fool TheatreWritten By: Tung Ka WaiDirected By: Xavier KangStarring: Audrey Luo / Drake Lim / Abby Lai / Terry Tan / Pearl HooSecondary school teacher, Ms Lim, finds it difficult to relate to the notorious, stereotypical troublemaker in her class. What can the frustrated her do about his crude jokes and attention-seeking behavior? Make him stand outside the class, as usual.Weicheng, seems undeterred by all forms of punishments for his misbehaviours. One evening, he follows his classmate Jasmine up to the rooftop. Mysteriously, she falls from the rooftop and lands in the hospital, in a coma. Weicheng, who is the only witness, is also the sole suspect.As Ms Lim takes on the daunting task to protect and help her students, she faces other emerging challenges – an uncooperative student and a principal who is going all out to protect her school’s reputation.Will Jasmine wake up from her coma? Will Weicheng return to the school? Will Ms Lim hang on to her faith and passion?The inaugural production for The Fool Theatre, Because it’s Fun shows how bullying is omnipresent in our society and how it affects our mental well-being. Don’t miss this mind-blowing new play by playwright Tung Ka Wai and artistic director Xavier Kang, founders of The Fool Theatre.There will be post-show discussions after each show. Join us, and be an upstander to bullying.
Guards at the Taj
“Fiendishly good” - The Washington PostGuards at the TajA wickedly dark comedy based on a myth surrounding the Taj Mahal that "nothing so beautiful shall ever be built again"."Riveting" - Entertainment WeeklyFrom the company that brought you Forbidden City: Portrait of an Empress, Disgraced and Shakespeare in the Park, SRT is proud to present the Singapore premiere of Rajiv Joseph’s Guards at the Taj."Frisky, funny dialogue" - The New York TimesTwo ordinary guys ordered to do the unthinkableTwo long-term friends, Humayun and Babur stand guard at the Taj Mahal hours before it is to be unveiled at dawn. Among the Sacred Oaths of the Mughal Imperial Guards, they are forbidden to look at the monument, speak or lower their swords.The play reaches a turning point as the guards are ordered to do the unimaginable and their friendship is tested to its limits."Ingenious piece of theatre" - The Washington Post★★★★ Critics' Pick, Time Out New York
FAKKAH FUZZ - UNMARRIED (M18)
"Fresh from his Netflix special “Almost Banned”, Fuzz returns with a brand new show at the Esplanade Theatre on 26 October 2018.Singapore’s fastest rising comedian and favourite Malay son will be performing his new show “Unmarried” - poking fun at the Asian parents’ obsession with marrying off their children.Fuzz made his debut on the comedy stage in 2010 and has been taking the world by storm - performing in comedy clubs and comedy festivals in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Philippines, Australia and the USA.From winning the Stand up for Singapore competition in 2013 and 2014, he went on to be placed in the Top 5 in Laugh Factory’s Funniest Person in the World Competition in 2016.In 2017, he was bestowed with the honour of being the first Singaporean comedian to have his own Netflix special.Come check out what the Fuzz is all about.”
李尔亡 Lear Is Dead
Lear is dead, the entire country mourns. The Fools Society presents Lear Is Dead — a performance that tells the story of Lear:The ageing Lear had given his land to his two elder daughters, and disowned the truthful youngest daughter. The retired Lear insisted on retaining a portion of his power. However, his two newly empowered daughters began to find their increasingly senile father intolerable. Finally, Lear was driven out of the house and into the night storm, to wander like a madman on a heath.When power is gained, wisdom is lost. When history is learnt, the present becomes clear. Why should the jesters replay their national memory, and how will the citizens move on without Lear?Based on Shakespeare’s King Lear, Nine Years Theatre presents a re-imagined reality through the play-within-a-play, Lear Is Dead.To know more about the production, please visit http://www.nineyearstheatre.com/current_en.html
Esplanade Presents | Pentas Cerita ...
Being in control is very much like cooking. One needs to be meticulous at every step, be mindful of one’s actions and not let things stew too long. It’s like making Asam Pedas (spicy tamarind fish), for example, a beloved Malay dish known for its tart, sour and spicy profiles, that is quick to cook but always on the brink of burning. For Roslan, whose dispassionate wife’s routine includes cooking Asam Pedas for him and their two children, food is one of the few things that add colour to his life. Like the dish, his temper tends to rise and hit boiling point, all too quickly sometimes. Gentle and affectionate one moment, he singes and sears the next. At home, there is unspoken love, and there are painful scars. There are responsibilities, and there is the ideal of what a home should be. How will the cycles of joy and sadness, resentment and resignation be broken when they are always teetering on the brink and on rinse and repeat? What are his limits of control?First staged in 1995, Cerita Cinta marks playwright and director Noor Effendy Ibrahim’s return to Malay theatre since Bilik Ahmad Berdaki (2009). Presenting an unabashed view of the threads that bind a family, it examines the dysfunctionality of an atypical Malay household.Advisory: This performance contains mature themes and violence. The admission age is 16 years old and above. Creative and Technical Team Producer, Director-Playwright, Set Designer:Noor Effendy IbrahimLighting Designer:Emanorwatty Saleh Sound Artist:anGie seah Cast: Saiful Amri Ahmad Elahi Dalifah Shahril*Shafiqhah Efandi Kaykay NizamJoe Jasmi Al Hafiz SanusiProduction Stage Manager: Clarisse NgDeputy Stage Manager:Vivi Augustina*Due to an accident, Farah Ong is unable to perform the role of Maslina in Cerita Cinta by akulah BIMBO SAKTI from 1 – 4 Nov 2018. Her role will be replaced by Dalifah Shahril. Please join us to wish Farah a speedy recovery. Thank you.
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 and Andrew Marko, and YouTube star Hirzi Zulkiflie.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.
A $ingapore Carol
This holiday season, W!LD RICE brings you its heartwarming, hilarious take on Charles Dickens’ classic tale about love, compassion and the spirit of giving!S.K. Loo’s All-In-One app has made him the richest businessman in town. To him, only money matters. Kindness? Forget it. Generosity? Never heard of it. And Christmas? #BAHHUMBUG!He’s determined to spend Christmas as he always has – holed up in his penthouse, dreaming of hostile takeovers and retrenching staff.But this Christmas is going to be very different. Three very unexpected spirits appear to scare the Scrooge out of S.K. Loo.Will he survive being haunted by the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Yet-To-Be? Can the three spirits withstand his acid tongue and icy meanness? And can the true meaning of Christmas thaw his frozen heart?Directed by Hossan Leong, the year’s most eagerly anticipated musical extravaganza features a cheeky script by Jonathan Lim and a magical score by Elaine Chan. As the miserly S.K. Loo, Sebastian Tan (a.k.a. Broadway Beng) leads a stellar cast that includes Siti Khalijah Zainal, Audrey Luo, Candice de Rozario, Fauzie Laily and the fabulous First Stage Kids!Don’t miss A $ingapore Carol – a brand-new musical for the entire family about the true spirit(s) of Christmas!
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