11 Nov 2016
It creates an awareness of something different from the norms of The Swordfish and Badang…
8 Sep 2016
I did not enter the house expecting an “immersive theatre experience”. I thought I would be out of place – an intruder of the house, an onlooker. But when Oliver Chong closed the door...
3 Sep 2016
This image of her standing in an ink pit, which resembles a 砚台 (Chinese inkslab) seems to translate her into a brush who can script her own fate…
28 Aug 2016
14 Aug 2016
Something must have gotten lost in translation. It is no where near contemporary nor experimental. Or the world has moved so fast that a play written in 2014 is no longer relevant...
4 Aug 2016
fleet feels more like a tribute to the space, than simply to ‘death’. The performance is a beautiful union with the theatre space, given that they (performer and room) were strangers...
3 Aug 2016
9 Jun 2016
The Young Adults novels in Yishun Library jumpstarted my love for fiction. I very quickly moved on to discover the...
8 Apr 2016
20160408 Review Grind Inside Out of the Queer Lair
Shar Pi’ee, co-writer for GRIND, facilitates our entry to the Blackbox...
7 Apr 2016
28 Jan 2016
Is this theatre?
The play is essentially a cold reading for the performer, like reciting a passage for Oral Examination. Mostly,...
27 Jul 2015
7 Jun 2015
3 Feb 2015
It seems timely to be discussing the subject matter explored in this playscript given recent upheavals against faith and religion across continents. Racism, xenophobia, betrayals and exclusions...
7 Aug 2014
10 Jul 2014
FLUID is said to be an exploration of the definition of theatre and its meaning, specifically how it matters to the director himself. Would there be a naked cashier...