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.
Singapore actress Tan Kheng Hua answers pertinent questions about aging under the spotlight.
SRT's The Young Co's Lord of the Flies proves young actors and director Daniel Jenkins can rise above a dreary script.
With good acting, great singing, sublime costumes, fine comedy, exciting dances, and melodious songs, La Cage is a whole lot of fun.
Toy Factory's Purple cast answers some personal questions about their private journey in performing in this play.
Singapore musical shows home talent at its best.
Annie's humor and dialogue may be dated, but its message of optimism and hope remains appealing to adults as well as kids.
Happy Ever Laughter is a mixed bag, bringing some good laughs from local comedians, especially Judee Tan who easily steals the show.
Despite the hot and humid night and chatty youngsters in the audience, SRT's Twelfth Night boasted of good acting and an amazing set that made for a magical Night!
The Kanjoos, by Hum Theatre (Singapore) is average and mediocre. But main lead Subin Subaiah steals the show with his stellar acting.
Entourage's season six got "regular" and lost its edge.