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Review: Late Company by Pangdemonium

Emotional, poignant drama unfolds at the worst dinner ever.  Dinner parties can be absolute nightmares. But dinner parties aimed to make peace with the parents who bullied your son into […]

Review: The Transition Room by Toy Factory

Waiting rooms can feel like hell.  Over the years, purgatory onstage has taken a great many forms, from the horrific to the mundane. With Stanley Seah’s The Transition Room, the […]

Preview: Late Company by Pangdemonium

This February, Pangdemonium opens their 2019 season of past tense/future perfect with Canadian playwright Jordan Tannahill’s Late Company, in its Asian premiere.Centering around the issue of bullying is a poignant one, as […]

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 […]