Preview: Leakage(s) and Anticoagulants by ITI
“There must be poetry in what is horrible.”
This September, the Intercultural Theatre Institute presents the Singapore premiere of Mexican playwright David Gaitán’s Leakage(s) and Anticoagulants in the graduating batch’s second show of 2017.
Itself an adaptation of Fyodor Dostoevsky’s classic novel Crime and Punishment, the darkly comic Leakage(s) and Anticoagulants takes audiences down a dark journey into the mind of a murderer. Raskolnikov has just killed an old woman, yet in his head, it’s all for the greater good. Can his good intentions overcome his overwhelming guilty conscience?
Directed by ITI’s Head of Acting Alberto Ruiz Lopez, the cast will consist of ITI’s latest graduating cohort, including a record 8 students from Singapore, alongside students from France, India, Malaysia, and the United States. Come join ITI as they explore the darkest corners of the human soul and figure out how it is one makes a murderer.
Leakage(s) and Anticoagulants plays at the Drama Centre Black Box from 7th – 9th September. Tickets available from Peatix
Leakage(s) and Anticoagulants
When: 7th – 9th September, 7.30pm (7th Sep), 8pm (8th & 9th Sep), 3pm (9th Sep)
Where: Drama Centre Black Box