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Review: Milieu 2018 by Frontier Danceland

Two new dance works that showcase both artistic vision and immense physical skill from Frontier Danceland Frontier Danceland never lets up in their ability to push their dancers to new limits – in their annual year end showcase Milieu, the contemporary dance company presents two all new choreographies that are challenging both physically and artistically,

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Preview: The Old Woman And The Ox by The Second Breakfast Company

Following their production of Goh Poh Seng’s The Moon Is Less Bright earlier this year, youth theatre company The Second Breakfast Company (2BCo) continues their mission of  championing local work and will be staging 20-year old playwright Isaiah Christopher Lee’s new play this November – The Old Woman and the Ox. Selected from a pool of over

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Review: Master Race by Myle Yan Tay

A simple yet strong premise that sets the foundation for a better play in future One of the most pertinent events to have surrounded the issue of race is perhaps none other than Rachel Dolezal, the Caucasian woman who lived a life pretending to be black, drawing flak for the lie, yet was an outspoken

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Preview: Blue Elephant Theatre’s Winter Season 2018

LONDON – This holiday, the snow won’t bother you as you settle in to Camberwell’s top theatre for a season’s worth of exciting, original theatre presented by Blue Elephant Theatre. Providing creative opportunities to those who need it most as they work with schools and emerging artists, this season’s lineup again showcases the spectrum of

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Review: Provenance by Autopoetics

A well-paced, tightly scripted first outing for Autopoetics. Founded by local arts educators Chelsea Crothers, Laura Hayes and Maiya Murphy, Autopoetics is the latest theatre collective to arrive on our scene, making their bold debut with an original once act play – Provenance.  Written by Hayes, Provenance opens on the home of Alice (Hayes), an obsessive hoarder living

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Review: The Reunification of The Two Koreas by Theatreworks

Love is the drug, and oh what a terrible, wonderful drug it is too.  For a four letter word, ‘love’, to this day, remains one of mankind’s greatest mysteries. At times absurd, most times frustrating, occasionally uplifting and always messy, it’s no wonder we’re practically obsessed with solving it, unable to live with or without

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Because I Love You: An Interview with Jacques Vincey, Timothy Nga and Cynthia Lee MacQuarrie of Theatreworks’ The Reunification of The Two Koreas

After the premiere of new play 13.13.13, Theatreworks concludes their 2018 season of theatre with French playwright Joël Pommerat’s The Reunification of the Two Koreas. Directed by Centre Dramatique National de Tours (CDNT) artistic director Jacques Vincey, this English translation by Marc Goldberg is set to make its Singaporean premiere this November at 72-13, the home of Theatreworks.

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Preview: ETHNI-CITY III – Kali Yuga by SAtheCollective

Art collective SAtheCollective presents their latest offering as part of their ETHNI-CITY series this October. Bringing together Singapore’s diversity of cultures and ethnicities, ETHNI-CITY aims to unite our country using the universal language of music, bringing together artists of different backgrounds and practices, from musicians to dancers, and even calligraphers. With their third instalment, ETHNI-CITY III: Kali

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Preview: Milieu 2018 by Frontier Danceland

After their annual mid-year showcase at Sides 2018. Frontier Danceland ends off their 2018 season with the annual Milieu 2018, as they present a new double bill of work at the Esplanade Theatre Studio this November. Focusing on closely incorporating the concept of sound and aural elements into the performance, Milieu 2018 will invite two international artists to

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Preview: Southernmost – One Table Two Chairs Project 2018 presented by Emergency Stairs

Building on from the success of their inaugural Southernmost Project launched in 2017, Emergency Stairs returns with the 2018 edition of the experimental theatre festival this November. Taking its name from traditional Chinese opera’s convention of ‘southern’ stages and the one table two chairs performance format, the Southernmost Project was conceptualised as an “arts festival

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