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About our performance in 2021. For our upcoming production in 2021, we have chosen the play “Drift”（《漂 移》）, a play written by the reputable Nick Yu Rongjun.
It is a story that spans across three generations and two cities. The play examines the implications behind the speed of modernisation and deliberates on diverse cultural and historical tapestries.
Performance Time: Feb 24th 2021 19 00.
Performance Venue: Gateway Blackbox (Live Streaming）
NUS King Edward VII Hall Chinese Drama was founded in year 2000 by a group ofstudents/alumni who share a passion for theatre arts. In the same year, webecame part of ExxonMobil Campus Concerts. Ever since then, we have beenreceiving tremendous support and help from NUS Centre for the Arts. Over theyears, we have been through ups and downs; up till now, we are proud to saythat we have grown into one of the most outstanding performance groups in NUS.We had our first production in NUS Theatrette, and as we improved on bothperformance standard and production professional, we are now establishedproduction group in University Cultural Centre Theatre and achieving full-housefor most of our performances.
As a non-profitable student organization, KEVII Chinese Drama has always been exploring a development direction that best suits us. We had written originalscripts as well as adopted established scripts. In the most recent years, weput our focus on adopted scripts so that we can have more attention on innovatingin terms of acting and art forms. We strive to produce high quality drama worksto our audiences through innovative interpretation of modern Chinese drama. Wealso try to deepen members' understanding of Theatre arts and cultivate their long-lasting passionfor Chinese drama through practice.
新加坡国立大学爱德华七世宿舍 (KEVII) 中文戏剧成立于2000年，由一群对戏剧充满热情的学生和校友创建。二十一年来，我们历经风雨，一步步成长为了国大最优秀的演出团体之一。我们从国大小型剧场(NUS Theatrette) 开始，逐年提升演出水平和团队专业性，近年来已常驻于国大文化中心剧场 (University Cultural Centre Theatre) 进行年度大戏的演出，并长期保持着将近100%的上座率。
Start Sales Date
29 Jan 2021, 9am
Approximately 2 hours 30 minutes
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