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.
Patricia Mok and Tan Shou Chen give perfect answers about The Perfection of Ten.
I Theatre's Arabian Nights is exciting family entertainment for both adults and children.
SimplyWork's Army Daze cast answer some pertinent questions about life and being in the sold-out run of this play.
Part of Singapore's Causeway Exchange Program, Malaysia's DMR Productions and Serious Comedy Studio's Indian Lawyers casts light on cultural stereotypes.
This inspiring clown show brings out the kid in all of us through humour and poignancy.
Singapore Dance Theatre's three-piece show transported audiences to another time and place through dance.
A sold-out run, 25 years since first being produced, proves Army Daze is still a crowd favorite in Singapore.
The comedian and actor answers questions about divas on set and how some people may just need to grow up.
It might have a few flaws in execution, but it is ultimately Open Stage's love for theatre that stands out.
Shane Mardjuki might be physically miscast, but he turns out to be a perfect fit for the part of a transgendered Maggie Lai.