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Month: August 2017

Review: Moon Dogs dir. Philip John

The teenage years are always a tough time, particularly on the cusp of adulthood. But when you have a streak of bad luck, it could seem like the end of […]

Review: ETA: 9MIN by Main Tulis Group

No time for epic three hour plays? Think that Shakespeare is a little too dense for an enjoyable night out? All new playwright collective the Main Tulis Group has arrived […]

Review: Return to Ithaca dir. Laurent Cantet

French auteur Laurent Cantet stunned audiences with his Palme d’Or winning film The Class back in 2008, and returns with a much quieter, contained drama with Return to Ithaca. Return to Ithaca examines […]

Preview: Asian Youth Theatre Festival 2017

Think that there aren’t enough youth involved in the arts today? Think again, with the inaugural Asian Youth Theatre Festival this October to show you the sheer variety of cultures […]

Review: forth by make/space

Despite facing numerous setbacks, including a last minute change in performance venue, make/space has managed to produce a short, introspective piece in their third production that offers (to this writer) […]

Preview: Human+ by Khairul Kamsani

Although it riffs on similar themes, SRT Resident Assistant Director Khairul Kamsani’s Human+ is not to be confused with the ongoing ArtScience Museum exhibition of the same name. Human+ was first staged […]

Preview: forth by make/space

From the creators of Figs comes an all new project this August and September. make/space continues to push their experimental and ensemble work to new boundaries in their 2017 Season production […]