Category: Centre 42

Preview: M1 Chinese Theatre Festival 2017 by The Theatre Practice

The M1 Chinese Theatre returns for the 6th year this August, as The Theatre Practice once again focuses on bringing a diverse selection of Chinese works to intimate performances onstage, and gathering regional artists from Taiwan, Malaysia and China to expound on various important themes and messages for audiences from all walks of life. As

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Review: What’s Wrong With Me by Kristina Pakhomova

Written by Anvita Gupta and produced and performed by Kristina Pakhomova, What’s Wrong With Me? is a solo comedy piece about a woman named Fey, who is unaware that she has been diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome, alongside a whole concoction of other symptoms. In this play, Fey invites the audience to find out what exactly

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Preview: What’s Wrong With Me? by Kristina Pakhomova

Ever feel like life’s got you down and you have no idea what caused it? Perhaps you should be catching this show. this show will help you find the answers you were looking for. What’s Wrong With Me? is an all new solo comedy piece written by Anvita Gupta and performed and produced by Kristina Pakhomova,

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Review: Every Brilliant Thing by Bhumi Collective

Coming hot on the heels of his Best Actor win at the recent Straits Times Life! Theatre Awards, Andrew Marko stars in yet another affecting play that not only tugs at audiences’ heartstrings, but also delivers a very powerful message about mental illness. In this solo show, Marko, brimming with boundless energy, stars as an

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Preview: Every Brilliant Thing by Bhumi Collective

Bhumi Collective is proud to present the Singporean premiere of Duncan Macmillan’s Every Brilliant Thing, a hit at the 2014 and 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festivals and receiving critical acclaim. Starring in this one-man play is 2017 Life! Theatre Award Best Actor nominee Andrew Marko (Falling, Rent), and will portray a six-year old boy attempting to come up

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Review: Crossings by young & W!LD

The young & W!LD team is back with Crossings this weekend, a double-bill production that serves up some rather bold juxtapositions. Take for instance the fact that Crossings plays at Centre 42 at Bras Basah, right across from the church volunteer-run Crossings Café. Coincidence? Perhaps not. young & W!LD’s latest batch of young theatre-makers seem

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Preview: Crossings by young & w!ld

Over the last eighteen months, eight young theatre makers trained under the directorship of Rodney Oliveiro and Serena Ho, cumulating in an all new batch of young & w!ld graduates. Now, they’re about to release their first public performance to showcase what they’re made of. Crossings is a fully devised double bill, consisting stories, characters and

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M1 Fringe Festival 2017: Pretty Butch

Pretty Butch is a title that’s confusing at first – is it saying it’s a show about butches who’re pretty? Or a particularly ravishing short haired, ‘mannish’ woman? And can a butch be considered ‘pretty’, if society has already deemed the word ‘butch’ to exclude being pretty? In fact, in attempting to interpret its very title,

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