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Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Dim Sum Dollies – The History of Singapore Part 2′

Mrs Soharto (Selena Tan), Indira Gandhi (Pam Oei) and Mrs Marcos (Denise Tan) reacting to Singapore's progress in 1981. 

Image by Dream Academy.

Outrageously funny, full of timely insights regarding the Singapore landscape, and delivered with the most pitch perfect comedic timing. Read More »

Musical Revue Review (Singapore): ‘A Singaporean in Paris’ by Sing Theatre

ASIP

This revue is not only a testament to how talented Singapore-based artists are, it's also a lesson on being a foreigner in a strange land. 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 »

Theatre Review (Singapore): The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde

Wild Rice's all-male production is funny and alluring. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): Crazy Christmas by Dream Academy

This music-and-comedy variety show might not be as funny as in the past, but its musical numbers are entertaining enough. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): Company by Stephen Sondheim

Stephen Sondheim's Company, staged by Dream Academy, proves Singapore talent's mettle. Read More »

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): 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 »