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Author Archives: Sharmila Melissa Yogalingam

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

Interview: “Singapore Boy” Hossan Leong, Fresh off Wild Rice’s La Cage Aux Folles

The comedian and actor answers questions about divas on set and how some people may just need to grow up. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): Arabian Nights by The Open Stage

It might have a few flaws in execution, but it is ultimately Open Stage's love for theatre that stands out. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): Toy Factory’s Purple

Shane Mardjuki might be physically miscast, but he turns out to be a perfect fit for the part of a transgendered Maggie Lai. Read More »

Interview: Tan Kheng Hua of Wild Rice’s La Cage Aux Folles

Singapore actress Tan Kheng Hua answers pertinent questions about aging under the spotlight. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): Lord of the Flies by The Young Co.

SRT's The Young Co's Lord of the Flies proves young actors and director Daniel Jenkins can rise above a dreary script. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): La Cage Aux Folles by Wild Rice Productions

With good acting, great singing, sublime costumes, fine comedy, exciting dances, and melodious songs, La Cage is a whole lot of fun. Read More »

Interview with the Cast of Toy Factory’s Upcoming Play Purple

Toy Factory's Purple cast answers some personal questions about their private journey in performing in this play. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): Lao Jiu – The Musical by The Theatre Practice

Singapore musical shows home talent at its best. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): Annie at Marina Bay Sands

Annie's humor and dialogue may be dated, but its message of optimism and hope remains appealing to adults as well as kids. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): Happy Ever Laughter by Dream Academy Productions

Happy Ever Laughter is a mixed bag, bringing some good laughs from local comedians, especially Judee Tan who easily steals the show. Read More »