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Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Faghag’ by Pam Oei

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In the fifth year of Singapore's gay theme party "Nation," just as Pam Oei decides to let her hair down and shake her body with total abandon, the music abruptly stops – because in real life the government stopped the event in 2005. That scene said so much, despite Oei saying not much at all.

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Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Tropicana’ by Haresh Sharma and Spare Room Productions

This new musical isn't perfect and its script and music could use some serious tweaking, but the set and costumes reflect the time period immaculately, the direction is creative, the singing is not bad and there are certainly moments of humour. Anyway, who said the '60s were perfect, after all?

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Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes’ at Wild Rice

Wild Rice’s annual year-end pantomime is here, and this time the company explores The Emperor’s New Clothes, written by Joel Tan and directed by Pam Oei. The panto will play at the Drama Centre from 20th November to 12th December 2015. The Emperor’s New Clothes is based on the famous …

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