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Claire Wong and Huzir Sulaiman worked with the Kinosaki International Arts Center (KIAC) team, to translate Huzir’s Cogito from English to Japanese.
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.
Launched at the National Library in 2015, Joel Tan: Plays Volume 1 features seven incisive, intricate, and deftly lyrical plays. read more»
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»
Held at the Arts House in 2014, the launch presented dramatised readings of excerpts centring on themes of family in all its complexity and diversity. read more»
Playwrights Lachlan Philpott and Huzir Sulaiman, moderated by Claire Wong, discuss how dramatists evoke a sense of place and its impact on their writings. read more»
A showcase of contemporary Singaporean writing, at the National Play Festival 2014 in Sydney. read more»
In a courageous and honest exploration of self-worth and identity, Shu An delves into the fleeting flashes of clarity which she calls her “unicorn moments”.
Mentored by Huzir Sulaiman, students of this seven-week script-writing programme wrote short plays that drew from the archives of NUS Museum.
Across four evenings, dramatised readings of works-in-progress of theatre-makers Lucas Ho, Faith Ng, Joel Tan and Shiv Tandan were presented. read more»
An ongoing conversation and creative exchange between Singaporean and Australian playwrights, theatre makers, artists, and filmmakers. read more»
The 15th-anniversary staging of this much-loved classic is deliciously cheeky and sharply satirical.
The 2013 launch at the National Museum of Singapore had speeches by Huzir Sulaiman and Kathy Rowland, and readings from the anthology. read more»