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The Studios 2018: A Good Death (Review)

The hard truths of Faith Ng’s latest play handles mortality firmly and frankly, while still ending on an emotional sting.  As much as we all know that death will come […]

Review: Boom by (aside)

Since its inception in 2008, Jean Tay’s Boom has become a seminal text keenly representing our country’s insatiable thirst for fancy new things and our forgotten heritage, told through the parallel stories […]

Review: Leakage(s) and Anticoagulants by ITI

Based on Fyodor Dostoevsky’s classic novel Crime and Punishment, David Gaitan’s Leakage(s) and Anticoagulants is a biting psychological exploration on rational egotism and morality. A young intellectual, Raskolnikov (Tan Weiying), […]