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Interview: Elaine Heng and Timothy Coleman of Singapore Dance Theatre’s ‘Romeo & Juliet’

Romeo and Juliet

Two dancers discussing dancing 'Romeo and Juliet' to Prokofiev's music. 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 »

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 »

Interview: Jereh Leong and Max Chen of Singapore Dance Theatre’s ‘Passages’

MAX CHEN in Passages

Two innovative choreographers discuss their work. Read More »

Dance Review (Singapore): ‘Masterpiece in Motion’ by Singapore Dance Theatre


An over-reliance on ballet made this year's production less dynamic than last year's more varied program. Read More »

Interview: Singapore Dance Theatre’s Nanase Tanaka

Nanase Tanaka, dance from Singapore Dance Theatre's upcoming Masterpiece in Motion

This year, 'Masterpiece in Motion' will present Balanchine, African-inspired dance, and a modern work by Dutch choreographer Nils Christe. 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 »

Dance Review (Singapore): Sleeping Beauty by Singapore Dance Theatre

Singapore Dance Theatre, which turns 25 next year, presented a Sleeping Beauty that was a triumph in beauty and technique. Read More »

Interview: Rosa Park and Natalie Debono of Singapore Dance Theatre’s Sleeping Beauty

Singapore Dance Theatre's Rosa Park and Natalie Debono talk about their experience dancing in this well loved fairytale ballet. Read More »

Dance Theatre Review (Singapore): Passages by Singapore Dance Theatre

Singapore Dance Theatre's annual showcase presented exciting and accessible work from new choreographers. Read More »