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Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Monkey Goes West’ by Wild Rice

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When there is so little entertainment these days that an entire family can enjoy together, it is simply wonderful to have a production like 'Monkey Goes West' that will absolutely enthrall people of all ages. Read More »

Interview: Lydia Look of Checkpoint Theatre’s ‘The Way We Go’

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'It’s essential to speak like an American if you are auditioning for an American role in an American show. [But] yes, I can do a Singapore accent. Once a Singaporean, always a Singaporean.' Read More »

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

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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): ‘Dance Like a Man’ by Mahesh Dattani

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India's longest-running English-language play proves that Dance has the power to fracture, but also mend, relationships Read More »

Interview: Jo Kukathas, of Wild Rice’s ‘The House of Bernarda Alba’

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"I love watching traditional performances in Malaysia or Japan, where people feel quite comfortable talking or eating or sleeping through sections. I wish we could find a way to allow that again." Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘My Fair Lady’

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Is it any wonder that this musical has lasted and been revived many times over since 1956? Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Bane’ by Joe Bone

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A thrilling one-man murder mystery, with plenty of dark and slapstick humour. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Working on a Special Day’

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A layered character study written by its stars Ana Graham and Antonio Vega probes the psyches of two Italians under Mussolini's rule. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Take Me Out’ by Richard Greenberg

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In this production of the Tony-winning play about an athlete coming out of the closet, multi-dimensional acting rises above a script that hasn't quite kept pace with the times. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘The Woman in Black’ by Stephen Mallatratt

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Not so terrifying in this age of horror films and TV shows, this production is still well worth experiencing on the strength of its powerful acting. Read More »