The Taste of Water: Teasing of Heartstrings but More Risks Needed
By Victoria Chen Bound Theatre is back with their sixth production, The Taste Of Water, an original play written by Teng Zi Ying. The premise is simple: a pair of secondary school friends bump into each other at Changi Airport after seven years apart and reopen the gates to what was, and what could have…
Here and Beyond: Promising Marriage of SingLit and Theatre
Is this the start of an era where Singlit and Theatre will finally start to join hands?
PANCHA – Flowers Don’t Bloom All The Time
The third production of the PANCHA series, Flowers Don't Bloom All The Time touches on sexual abuse in a home.
STF Double Bill: Review on When The Cold Wind Blows and G.F.E.
STF 2018 brings men's experiences of the army and 'romance' to the forefront in this double bill.
Chinatown Crossings: More Than Just a Heritage Tour
A review on Drma Box's site specific performance that runs until August.
DWTB: Power in its Honesty and Movement
To bury the past and move on, DWTB is honesty in mind and body going through healing.
Press Gang: Politics Behind Publishing the Political
Too accurate a representation of the only newspaper in Singapore?
Building A Character as an Indian Woman in Singapore
In her debut solo show, Rebekah Sangeetha Dorai captivates and challenges your perception of what being an Indian woman in Singapore really means.
dead was the body till I taught it how to move
Bhumi Collective is back this week with a solo show fusing b-boy and theatre together.
24-Hour Playwriting Competition: Working the Script with Tony Perez
The annual 24-Hour Playwriting Competition is back this year. Situated at Haw Par Villa, here's some tips to counter the pressure of those statues' intense gaze at you through the night.