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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 at DISPLACED PERSONS' WELCOME DINNER: PROCESS INSIGHT TALK. 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»
Playwrights Dana Lam and Zenda Tan presented their works-in-progress at this intimate showcase of new writing. 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.
Claire Wong and Huzir Sulaiman worked with the Kinosaki International Arts Center (KIAC) team, to translate Huzir’s Cogito from English to Japanese.
Launched at the National Library in 2015, Joel Tan: Plays Volume 1 features seven incisive, intricate, and deftly lyrical plays. 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»
Mentored by Huzir Sulaiman, students of this seven-week script-writing programme wrote short plays that drew from the archives of NUS Museum.