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Category: Review

da:ns festival 2019: FULL OUT! (Review)

Living proof that street dance is just as much of an art form as every other production gracing the Esplanade Theatre. It’s hard to believe it’s been over a decade […]

da:ns festival 2019: Acosta Danza (Review)

Gravity defying, intricate choreography marrying the discipline of ballet with the richness of Cuban culture. Almost certainly one of the greatest dancers to have emerged from Cuba, Carlos Acosta is […]

Review: Emily of Emerald Hill by W!ld Rice

A stellar performance from Ivan Heng at W!ld Rice’s new home.  In many ways, Stella Kon’s Emily of Emerald Hill should be considered one of W!ld Rice’s most signature productions. Each time […]

Review: Being Mrs. Gandhi by HuM Theatre

The tragicomic life of the wife of India’s most iconic historical figure. There is perhaps no better time than now to remember India’s most internationally renowned figure – Mohandas Gandhi. […]

Review: Urinetown by Pangdemonium

Piss-perfect performance to round off Pangdemonium’s 2019 season. If Les Miserables was the musical that brought the romance to revolution, then Mark Hollmann and Greg Kotis’ Urinetown is almost certainly the one that […]