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Playwright Zenda Tan offers heartfelt and keenly observed insights into what it means to truly be family. read more»
A multi-disciplinary theatrical work about humanitarian workers caught in the crosshairs of a crisis. read more»
An intimate and affecting look at life, womanhood and art-making through the eyes and works of writer and visual artist Dana Lam. read more»
The electrifying collaboration between performance-poet Pooja Nansi and playwright Jessica Bellamy. read more»
The joys and challenges of motherhood and daughterhood are celebrated at the OzAsia Festival Adelaide, Australia. read more»
A poignant insight into the struggles of Singaporean men and the complex pleasures of brotherhood, triumph, and disappointment on the battlefield.
An incisive and moving exploration of the world of students who fail to fit the mould, this encore staging of Normal played to a sold-out run of 32 shows. read more»
The conversations continue abroad as this poignant piece on motherhood and daughterhood makes its Australian debut at the Brisbane Festival 2016. read more»
Seductive and heartbreaking, The Last Bull: A Life in Flamenco is an extraordinary love story between one man and the art of flamenco. read more»
Part of the Esplanade's Feed Your Imagination series, #UnicornMoment asks what it means to find happiness, meaning and your own way in life. read more»
Since 2006, this living project has been examining how the bonds between a parent and child change. read more»
A humorous coming-of-age story that deftly captures the joys and sorrows of growing up and the changes that come with each stage of life.
Sharply written and profoundly affecting, Normal explores the world of students who have fallen through the cracks. read more»
Written with wit and affection, The Way We Go is a sensitive meditation on growing up and growing old. read more»