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Watch dramatised readings of Unnamed Lesbian Play by ants chua and Tender Submission by Lucas Ho, and lend us your feedback! read more»
Gift unique memories and new skills to your loved ones, while enlivening Singapore’s arts landscape. read more»
Join us on Sat 21 Nov at Checkpoint Celebrates! 2020, our first-ever online fundraiser that celebrates life, art, and Singapore stories in all their unrestrained, effervescent glory. read more»
Join us for an honest and insightful discussion on what it takes to maintain a creative practice as a parent. read more»
Telling stories is what makes us human. How do we make meaning as artists amidst a pandemic, and overcome the sense of isolation that comes with it? read more»
Join this discussion on the responsibility of artists in engaging understandings of race and ethnicity. read more»
Join Huzir Sulaiman and Dr. Yoong in a lively conversation about the intersection of science, policy, healthcare, and the arts in the face of our new realities. read more»
Presenting the dramatised readings of Myle Yan Tay and Jo Tan's latest works-in-progress. read more»
Join us at our fundraising dinner to support our mission to create compelling, original Singapore theatre. read more»
Claire Wong discusses her strategies as director of the latest three multidisciplinary productions, beginning from script analysis to the world-making of each play. read more»
Join us at EAT DUCK: PROCESS INSIGHT TALK, as playwright Zenda Tan brings us through the two-year-long journey that led to this astute play of a family in mourning. read more»
Playwright Huzir Sulaiman and composer-musical directors .gif (Chew Wei Shan and Nurudin Sadali) provided an inside look at the physical, emotional and aural worlds of the SIFA 2019 commission. read more»
Dramatised readings of Adib Kosnan’s Kelaurga Besar En. Karim and Lucas Ho’s Me After You were presented at the Works in Development 2018 showcase.
A discussion about a playwright’s rights and responsibilities was held, expanding the conversation on the practices of the local theatre industry.