Dateline: Sharmila Melissa Yogalingam (adjunct university professor)
Sharmila is an ex-university professor, ex-PhD student, current writer, who started writing professionally at 12, becoming a full fledged reporter at 16, and moved exclusively into entertainment reporting 2 years later in 2003. For 6 years, Sharmila was teaching at universities and tertiary institutions, and writing as a freelance entertainment reporter for a myriad of publications. These days, Sharmila's focus is on writing articles & screenplays, and making films.
World-In-Theatre's production proves to be a mismatch between actors and play.
Wild Rice's all-male production is funny and alluring.
Two actors from the Western world answer some pertinent questions about the play, and about working in Singapore.
Sing'theatre's engaging murder-mystery play boasts creative direction, atmospheric music and great physical comedy.
The performers talk about their lives, craft, and this tantalizing murder mystery play.
A portrait of an ugly marriage with no easy answers.
SRT's Venus in Fur is thrilling, seductive, sexy, and well-acted by actress Steffanie Leigh.
The director and the actor go beyond their production and theatre to answer some pertinent questions about life, love and the government.
Le Noir is a bold and seductive and highly entertaining circus.
The Stage Club's production was superbly acted and staged by amateurs.