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TheatreWorks Writers' Lab: N.O.W. 2019
Three Fat Virgins Unassembled (3FVU)
By Ovidia Yu

Three Fat Virgins Unassembled (3FVU), Ovidia Yu’s critically acclaimed play written in the early 1990s, is re-assembled with some of the brightest talents in the media and theatre industry today. 3FVU is a pointed and hilarious critique, told by four women learning to accept themselves. Here, female identity is explored through work, education, marriage and parenthood, unveiling the uncertainties and difficulties they face at their workplace as well as at home. In re-staging for the contemporary audience, the question the cast and director Grace Kalaiselvi ask is: Have things changed for women? Are we still struggling with the same concerns? Do women of today have a different story to tell? 

Directed by Grace Kalaiselvi.
Featuring Chanel Chan, Munah Bagharib, Rebekah Sangeetha Dorai and Zelda Tatiana Ng.

Start Sales Date

All Channels:
14 May 2019, 10.30am




Approximately 1 hour 30 minutes 
(with no interval)

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Rating / Age Limit

  • Rating: To Be Advised
  • No admission for those below 16 years old
  • 16 years and above must purchase a ticket for entry
  • Admission is subject to tickets produced at the entrance

Late Seating Advisory

  • For the enjoyment of all audience members, all events start promptly at the time printed on the ticket.
  • Please be seated 15 minutes before the performance start time.
  • Late arrival may result in non-admittance until a suitable break in the performance.

Photography / Video Recording Rules

  • No Photography, Video recording and Audio recording is permitted for this event

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S$20 for Local & Overseas Students / Senior Citizen (62 years old & above) / Full-time National Servicemen / Persons with Disability
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Through all SISTIC Channels except SISTIC mobile
10% Discount for 2 programmes
Applicable with purchase of 2 tickets across all TheatreWorks Writers' Lab: N.O.W. 2019 programmes.

15% Discount for 3 programmes
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20% Discount for 4 and more programmes
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Event Date
Wed, 10 - Sun, 14 Jul 2019

Wed to Fri: 7.30pm
Sat: 3pm and 7.30pm
Sun: 3pm

Ticket Pricing
(Excludes Booking Fee)

Standard: S$35
(This is a Free Seating event)