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Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Grandmother Tongue’ by Thomas Lim, from Wild Rice

The story of W!ld Rice’s Grandmother Tongue traces the relationship between Ah Mah (Jalyn Han) and her grandson Boon (Tan Shou Chen). Boon speaks mostly English and his grandmother converses only in Teochew (a Chinese dialect), hence they sometimes find it hard to communicate, and for the grandma – she …

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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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Interview: Alfian Sa’at of Wild Rice’s Malaysia-Singapore Theatrical Collaboration ‘Another Country’ on Amos Yee and Singapore Theatre

"The ‘political’ is still a taboo, and the idea of what constitutes the political is really wide."

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Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Another Country’ by Alfian Sa’at and Wild Rice

This well-acted production is a collaborative project between Wild Rice's Ivan Heng who directs Singapore actors performing Malaysian texts and Malaysian theatre stalwart Jo Kukathas who takes the reins as director for Singapore texts performed by Malaysian actors.

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Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Public Enemy,’ Wild Rice’s Adaptation of Ibsen’s ‘An Enemy of the People’

Just as with the questions Dr. Chee faces in the play, do you stand up for what's right when the cost is so large? Is there a limit to how much cost you will bear? Will the limit be jail time, or harm to your family?

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