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

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

Interview: Daniel Jenkins and Daniel Francis of Singapore Repertory Theatre’s Othello

Two actors from the Western world answer some pertinent questions about the play, and about working in Singapore. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): 8 Women

Sing'theatre's engaging murder-mystery play boasts creative direction, atmospheric music and great physical comedy. Read More »

Interview: Neo Swee Lin and Julia Abueva of Sing’theatre’s 8 Women

The performers talk about their lives, craft, and this tantalizing murder mystery play. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell by Keith Waterhouse

The Stage Club's production was superbly acted and staged by amateurs. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): The Crucible by Arthur Miller

Toy Factory's fusion of modern and traditional didn't really gel well, and the acting was inconsistent. Read More »

Interview: Nazer Salgado, Maughan Jemesen and Luis Piva of SDT’s Coppelia

Singapore Dance Theatre performers talk about the production and their love for dance. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): Voices by Jayanthi Siva-Lecolley and Michael Corbidge

An experimental, messy production helps ring in the new year. Read More »

Interview: Voices Experimental Performance Director Jayanthi Siva-Lecolley

Welcome 2013 with a multi-disciplinary experimental fusion performance by Jayanthi Siva-Lecolley and Michael Corbidge. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): Santa Claus the Musical by Base Entertainment

A feel-good Christmas show nicely finishes the year off with a sweet and heartfelt tale. Read More »