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Author Archives: Sharmila Melissa Yogalingam

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

Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Bane’ by Joe Bone


A thrilling one-man murder mystery, with plenty of dark and slapstick humour. Read More »

Interview: Edward Choy from Toy Factory’s Singapore ‘Romeo and Juliet’


Toy Factory presents a version with some of Shakespeare's most famous speeches turned into song. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Working on a Special Day’


A layered character study written by its stars Ana Graham and Antonio Vega probes the psyches of two Italians under Mussolini's rule. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Take Me Out’ by Richard Greenberg


In this production of the Tony-winning play about an athlete coming out of the closet, multi-dimensional acting rises above a script that hasn't quite kept pace with the times. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Notre Dame de Paris – The Musical’


In this musical telling of the famous tale of the lovelorn hunchback, you'll find yourself singing the catchy melodies long after you leave the theatre. Read More »

Restaurant Review (Singapore): Festive December English Afternoon Tea at L’Espresso

Assortment of canapes

A great place to relax and enjoy an elegant Afternoon Tea. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘The Woman in Black’ by Stephen Mallatratt


Not so terrifying in this age of horror films and TV shows, this production is still well worth experiencing on the strength of its powerful acting. Read More »

Dance Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘The Nutcracker’


The lead dancers shined in their roles, executing complicated and tricky footwork, pirouettes, and other movements with aplomb. Read More »

Cabaret Review (Singapore): ‘A French Kiss in Singapore’

Quartet singing The Wax Doll

Talent like these lads have needs to be unleashed to the world beyond Singapore. Read More »

Interview: Heidi Zolker and Aaron Yap of Singapore Dance Theatre’s ‘The Nutcracker’


It's a 'Nutcracker' set in Shanghai at the turn of the last century. Read More »