Toy Factory's fusion of modern and traditional didn't really gel well, and the acting was inconsistent.
An experimental, messy production helps ring in the new year.
Welcome 2013 with a multi-disciplinary experimental fusion performance by Jayanthi Siva-Lecolley and Michael Corbidge.
A feel-good Christmas show nicely finishes the year off with a sweet and heartfelt tale.
Singapore Dance Theatre, which turns 25 next year, presented a Sleeping Beauty that was a triumph in beauty and technique.
Singapore Dance Theatre's Rosa Park and Natalie Debono talk about their experience dancing in this well loved fairytale ballet.
A revival at World-In-Theatre scored top marks because of its enticing story, captivating actors, and discerning director.
This pastiche-operetta (Offenbach, Bizet, G&S) provided intimate, entertaining "comfort theatre" during the monsoon season.
This music-and-comedy variety show might not be as funny as in the past, but its musical numbers are entertaining enough.
W!ld Rice's musical is a deliciously funny Singapore-flavoured pantomime for the whole family.