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.
Stars of the new pantomime musical talk about their roles in the children's story with (this time around) an adult twist.
A stellar cast lifts Singapore Repertory Theatre's production of the Broadway hit.
Singapore Dance Theatre's annual showcase presented exciting and accessible work from new choreographers.
Four standup comics left Singaporeans in stitches, with commentary on Asian life in the West and other topics.