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Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Battlefield’ by Peter Brook

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For a modern theatrical audience who goes to the theatre to be entertained by a story rather than by a message, 'Battlefield' isn't going to satisfy easily. On the other hand, if you are someone who goes to the theatre to marvel at the language and meaning found in dialogue, this is a play you shouldn't miss. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘The Arsonists’ at Hot Chocolate Theatre


Though the production is very problematic, it should be considered a feather in Hot Chocolate's cap that this brand-new amateur theatre could do something difficult. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Mies Julie’ by Yaël Farber (Based on Strindberg)

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Despite some preachiness, the authentic, organic, and powerful performances from the cast and accompanying musicians make this steamy and erotic tale seduce its audience. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): Singapore Repertory Theatre’s ‘Rising Son’ by Dick Lee

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Lee's play doesn't quite work as a character-study nor as a unique story. 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): Venus in Fur by David Ives

SRT's Venus in Fur is thrilling, seductive, sexy, and well-acted by actress Steffanie Leigh. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): God of Carnage by Yasmina Reza

A stellar cast lifts Singapore Repertory Theatre's production of the Broadway hit. Read More »

Interview: Tony Award Winner Lea Salonga

Tony Award Winner Lea Salonga, soon to appear in God of Carnage, speaks her mind about being a mother, her awards, and turning the big 4-0. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): Lord of the Flies by The Young Co.

SRT's The Young Co's Lord of the Flies proves young actors and director Daniel Jenkins can rise above a dreary script. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): The Kanjoos (Adapted from Moliere’s The Miser by Hum Theatre

The Kanjoos, by Hum Theatre (Singapore) is average and mediocre. But main lead Subin Subaiah steals the show with his stellar acting. Read More »