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Category: Theatre

Preview: Michael Chiang’s Private Parts

Originally staged 26 years ago during the 1992 Singapore Arts Festival under directorship of Ong Keng Sen, Michael Chiang’s groundbreaking comedy about trans-people returns for its fourth professional staging this […]

Preview: Eros by Kevin Mandry

LONDON – Writer Kevin Mandry returns to the White Bear Theatre with a brand new play this August. Titled EROS, the play is set in the 1990s, at the dawn of the […]

Review: The Taste of Water by Bound Theatre

A promising youth theatre performance following Bound Theatre’s year long hiatus. Youth theatre occupies an interesting space in any theatre scene, dancing on the margins where they are neither considered […]

Preview: Twelfth Night by Young Vic

LONDON – The Young Vic gets Shakespearean once more this fall, with a restaging of Kwame Kwei-Armah and Shaina Taub interpretation of the Bard’s Twelfth Night. Twelfth Night was originally performed at The Public […]

Preview: To Kill A Mockingbird At Curve Leicester

LONDON – Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre’s critically acclaimed production of To Kill A Mockingbird makes a welcome return for a UK tour in 2019, opening at Curve Leicester on 7th February! Based off […]

Preview: Graceful by Flugelman Productions

LONDON – Written by Hayley Ricketson and directed by Mike Cottrell, Flugelman Productions will be presenting Graceful at the Rosemary Branch Theatre, after a successful, sold out run at the RADA […]

Review: Here and Beyond by Toy Factory

A Toy Factory triumph in this adaptation of the only O-Level Literature Singapore text. Adapting a piece of literature from one medium to another can be challenging. The language alone […]