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Interview: Glen Goei and Ivan Heng of Wild Rice’s The Importance of Being Earnest

The director and the actor go beyond their production and theatre to answer some pertinent questions about life, love and the government. Read More »

Circus Review (Singapore): Le Noir by Base Entertainment

Le Noir is a bold and seductive and highly entertaining circus. 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 »

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 »