Backstage

  • On the Couch with Jasdeep Gill – director of Couch Theatre’s Eurydice

    14 Sep 2016 We are constantly asking ourselves: What exactly is Couch Theatre? What do we stand for, and what works do we...
  • On the Couch with Uday Duggal – Orpheus to Couch Theatre’s Eurydice

    13 Sep 2016 As an actor who has predominantly been cast in comic roles, it’s been a challenging experience to portray the loss and longing…
  • At the Rehearsals of The Struggle: Years Later

    15 Jul 2015 I was overcome by nostalgia when I heard an audio recording at the rehearsals. Director Liu Xiaoyi managed to inject a segment of a 1970’s crosstalk performance in his adaptation...
  • An Interview with a member of the Tribes – Thomas Pang

    14 May 2015 Well.. fathoming the disability proves to be the most difficult. But rehearsals have actually been the most helpful in giving me a feeling of what Billy might have gone through all his life…
  • An Interview with a member of the Tribes – Ethel Yap

    14 May 2015 I guess the most unique thing about being in Tribes is the character I get to play. Sylvia is honestly unlike any other character I’ve performed before...
  • Rant & Rave – A Preview

    24 Apr 2014 I was most impressed with their witty and accurate portrayal of a wide range of personalities. These characters were mostly male, of different races, spoke in different accents and languages...
  • Our Credo – SPCCPS in concert with Mark Hayes

    21 Apr 2014 If there is an evening that bears testament to young people’s commitment to and passion for music, this was it. Tonight’s concert brought together primary school students in…
  • CONTACT 2013: The resident choreographer’s perspective

    29 Nov 2013 I don’t know when I started to incorporate dark humour in my work, perhaps it is because my pieces deal with deeper philosophical and existential themes, so certain times…
  • CONTACT 2013: A dancer’s perspective

    26 Nov 2013 Spending most of our waking hours on training, rehearsals and performance has definitely made it a large part of our lives. As a result the company is more than just a platform to learn technique…
  • CONTACT 2013: The artistic director’s perspective

    19 Nov 2013 I realised how significant it was to the company’s growth; not only in allowing us to interact and work with various international artists, but also in creating different platforms…
  • 与高行健谈文化、美学、亚洲与新加坡

    31 Oct 2013 首位获颁诺贝尔文学奖的华文作家高行健将参加今届新加坡作家节,与大家谈文学、美学、文化的市场化和双语创作。大师即将来到新加坡,我们有幸率先请他谈谈面临现代化的亚洲的文化与美学...
  • Interview with T.H.E Dance Company

    4 Sep 2013 Many have embraced the concept of multi-disciplinary art, which broadens our space for exploration & creative risk. This encourages us as we take on a more experimental direction…
  • Interview with Scarlet Yu

    28 Aug 2013 A stereotypical idea of distance frames a relationship, making us think that short distance means the merging of two into one. Instead of going back to stereotyping what a duet could mean, what was interesting...
  • Arts festival in the heartland

    19 Aug 2013 The authentic Singapore experience is validated to be only complete when one experiences the heartlands of our nation. It is in the heartland where the essence of community carries the potential of being epitomized…
  • Interview with Ana Tzarev

    16 Aug 2013 To bring this joyous flower to Singapore is to celebrate a nation that exemplifies the message behind the Love & Peace Campaign: that everyone has something to offer, and we are at our strongest when we work together…
  • Bak Kut Teh for the Soul

    24 May 2013 I suppose it’s a mix of trying to be inspirational, honest and hopeful, all at the same time, and there’s something for everyone. So you’re probably right; although as a veggie myself, I might prefer to call...