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Review: Private Parts by Michael Chiang Playthings

Michael Chiang’s favourite script rings true even today.  When it first premiered in 1992, playwright Michael Chiang’s Private Parts was groundbreaking for its bold choice to depict transsexuals onstage, not as cheap […]

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: The Consultant by Wag the Dog Theatre

After their 2017 production of Shelagh Stephenson’s family drama The Memory of Water, Wag the Dog returns in 2018 with their sophomore production, this time with Heidi Schreck’s corporate drama The […]

Review: Sharul Channa Is A Pottymouth

Sharul Channa fully embraces her title in this no holds barred, completely unfiltered performance. Sharul Channa occasionally receives a request from her father for jokes he can share at the […]