Preview: M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2017 – Art & Skin (Week 2)
Pretty Butch plays at the Centre 42 Black Box. Tickets are sold out.
Singapore-based Italian director Alessandra Fel has developed a new physical theatre piece, exploring the relationship between a mother and son. 65-year old Emily reflects on how 30 years ago she went into labour with her son Ray, and the post-natal depression that followed. Starring Catherine Sng, Rizman Putra and Pat Toh, Under My Skin promises an immersive experience of a compelling tale of a woman coming to terms with her past.
Skin Tight marks the return of Singapore contemporary dance company Ah Hock and Peng Yu. In collaboration with performance-maker Andrew Ng, the performance will feature three dancers investigating the act of anonymity, and how it might just be the key to liberation from labels and categories. Donning zentai suits and inspired by taichi and butoh, the dancers come alive with their stylised movements, almost as if escaping their identity altogether.
Skin Tight plays at the Esplanade Theatre Studio from 13-14 January. Tickets available from SISTIC