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Category: Drama Centre

Preview: Army Daze 2

  In 2012, Michael Chiang’s Army Daze celebrated its 25th anniversary with a new production directed by Beatrice Chia-Richmond which received a sold-out run. Five years on, Chiang has decided that it’s […]

Review: TANGO by Pangdemonium

2017 is a year of great fear and trepidation. Surrounded by an uncertain political climate tending towards conservatism, it’s easy to make the claim that nothing is sacred anymore, and immediately […]

Preview: TANGO by Pangdemonium!

For the first time since their inception, Pangdemonium! will be presenting an original play – TANGO by acclaimed local playwright Joel Tan! Receiving its world premiere in May, TANGO was inspired […]

Review: Prism by Toy Factory

Toy Factory starts off the year with the big budget production of Prism. Tackling issues of gentrification, progress and history, Prism is a monster of a play with a big message to tell. Prism […]

Preview: Prism by Toy Factory

Toy Factory starts off their 2017 season with a bang: a restaging of their speculative play Prism, which received rave reviews when it first premiered in the early 2000s. Prism features Apprentice star Firdaus Rahman […]

Review: Monkey Goes West by W!ld Rice

If you’re a person of Chinese origin, chances are you grew up having watched at least one version of Journey To The West on television. Now, W!ld Rice is here to break […]