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Tag Archives: Singapore International Festival of the Arts 2017

Theatre Review (Singapore): Open Homes: ‘When Mother Music Comes to Tea’ by Khir Johari

2017’s Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA) is offering a plethora of interactive programmes whereby audiences are invited into personal spaces, homes, and kitchens of home owners who then entertain the participants with private stories and/or food. One such programme was When Mother Music Comes to Tea, presented by Khir …

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Interview: Anthea Ong of Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA)’s ‘Open Homes’

Home owners welcome the public into their homes in SIFA's 'Open Homes' project. For participant Anthea Ong, 'Home is a state of being for me – it's when I am at ease and at peace with who I am. When how I live, love and lead are congruent and joy is present more than not.'

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Diary of an Extra: Behind the Scenes at K. Rajagopal’s ‘Lizard on the Wall’

Singapore International Festival of the Arts‘ (SIFA) O.P.E.N (Open Participate Engage Negotiate) pre-festival this year has a unique focus on audience participation. This was especially so in its programme Lizard on the Wall by K. Rajagopal (of A Yellow Bird fame) which invited SIFA audiences to serve as extra as …

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