Category: KC Arts Centre

Review: Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow 2017

It never ceases to amaze us how time and time again, Australia is able to produce a seemingly endless supply of good comedians each year when the Melbourne International Comedy Festival (MICF) Roadshow rolls around. Perhaps it has something to do with that cheeky Aussie spirit, where anything goes and no subject goes unturned without

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Artist Spotlight: An Interview with Comedian Nath Valvo

Comedian Nath Valvo has become one of the international comedy scene’s fastest rising stars, with sell out shows across major comedy and fringe festivals and regular spots on various television programmes in Australia. The thirty-something year old has made light of literally everything in his life, from parents, to age and sexuality, to his hatred

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Preview: Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow 2017

Summer heat getting you weary? Never fear, Australia’s largest comedy festival is back on tour to bring you the freshest and funniest acts! This week, get yourself down to the KC Arts Centre for the 2017 edition of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow! From sketches to song, physical comedy to standup, you’ll be guffawing

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Review: Hand To God by Singapore Repertory Theatre

Parents, please don’t take your kids to see this show, thinking that it’s as innocent as Sesame Street. It’s not. Robert Askins’ Hand To God is anything but godly, and makes it Singaporean debut with the Singapore Repertory Theatre at last, and will overturn everything you thought you knew about puppets and instill you with a deep

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Preview: Hand to God by SRT

Singapore Repertory Theatre brings Broadway hit Hand to God to Singapore! If you thought puppet theatre was dead, think again. Hand To God plays like a cross between Avenue Q and The Book of Mormon, with a touch of evil. Troubled teen Jason is still coping with his father’s death and is forced to join his mother, Margery in her

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Review: Constellations by Singapore Repertory Theatre

Having received critical acclaim when it played on Broadway, we were very excited about the premiere of Constellations in Singapore. Written by Nick Payne in 2012, Constellations is a love story set across parallel worlds in a multiverse, where protagonists Roland and Marianne engage with a series of possibilities and alternate realities. Roland (Edward Harrison) is an inhibited and

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Preview: Constellations by SRT

Making its Singaporean debut, SRT proudly presents Nick Payne’s Constellations! Originally setting hearts aflutter with Jake Gyllenhaal in its Broadway run, this timeless tale of boy meets girl takes a twist, playing on the infinite ‘what ifs’ in other lives. The romantic course of Marianne (Singapore born and raised Stephanie Street) and Roland (UK actor Edward Harrison),

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Review: Disgraced by SRT [16/11/16]

When was the last time you caught yourself out for not checking your privilege? More often than not, we find ourselves becoming more and more aware of the distinct class and racial differences around us as such issues slithering beneath the surface are brought to the fore in our seemingly PC world. Ayad Akhtar’s 2013

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Preview: Disgraced by SRT

SRT rounds off their 2016 season with one of the most thought provoking plays this decade. Get your tickets for the Singaporean premiere of Pulitzer-Prize winning play Disgraced, which has also become the most staged play in the US in 2016! Disgraced follows Amir, an American born Muslim who’s achieved the American Dream with a great job

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