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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»
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.
Audiences were invited to an intimate presentation of excerpts from a then work-in-progress Still Life.
A year before its premiere, Huzir laid bare his methods and approaches for his 2019 SIFA commission, Displaced Persons' Welcome Dinner. read more»
The electrifying collaboration between performance-poet Pooja Nansi and playwright Jessica Bellamy. read more»
Playwrights Dana Lam and Zenda Tan presented their works-in-progress at this intimate showcase of new writing. 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»
Launched in the National Museum of Singapore in 2016, Faith Ng: Plays Volume 1 reflects Singapore life in all its emotional complexity. read more»
Drafts of Faith Ng’s Housewarming and Lucas Ho’s FRAGO were read to an audience as part of the 2016 Works in Development.
The conversations continue abroad as this poignant piece on motherhood and daughterhood makes its Australian debut at the Brisbane Festival 2016. read more»