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Author Archives: Sharmila Melissa Yogalingam

Ex-professor, Ex-phd student, current freelance critic, writer and filmmaker.

Theatre Review (Singapore): Calendar Girls by Tim Firth

Stage Club's offering of the play based on the movie fell short because of mediocre acting and Tim Firth's thin script. Read More »

Interview: Peter Ong and Petrina Kow from Stephen Sondheim’s Company (Singapore)

The two cast members answer questions about their experiences rehearsing the Tony-winning musical. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett

Waiting For Godot will leave you waiting for answers. Read More »

Dance Review (Singapore): Burn the Floor by Base Entertainment

Spectacular dance action in a variety of styles from 22 world dance championship winners kept the audience toe-tapping and moving in their seats. Read More »

Interview: Choreographers of Singapore Dance Theatre’s Passages

Sold out in 2011, Passages returns in November 2012 with new works by three choreographers who answer some questions about their dance pieces. Read More »

Interview: Tony Award Winner Lea Salonga

Tony Award Winner Lea Salonga, soon to appear in God of Carnage, speaks her mind about being a mother, her awards, and turning the big 4-0. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): Venice Under the Snow by Gilles Dyrek

French Stage's Venice Under the Snow has a strong theme and storyline as well as fine acting from the two leads. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): Avenue Q

This musical is an honest and true depiction of life, because life's not a fairy tale, not even for puppets. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): Occupation by Checkpoint Theatre

Checkpoint Theatre proves it doesn't need flashy sets or big stars as Jo Kukathas enthralls in her tour de force performance in this beautifully written play. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): The Perfection of Ten by the Esplanade Presents Program

The evening of fun, exciting, and thought-provoking experimental theatre was comprised of vignettes by 10 different playwrights. Read More »