Leakage(s) and Anticoagulants

Organised by: Intercultural Theatre Institute
  • Date:
    7, 8, 9 Sep 2017
  • Time:
    7 - 8 Sep, Thu - Fri: 8:00pm
    9 Sep, Sat: 3:00pm & 8:00pm
  • Venue:
    Drama Centre Black Box
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  • Admission:
    $25 Standard | $20 for Students, NSFs, Senior Citizens (Excludes ticketing fee)
    Tickets available at Peatix -
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Leakage(s) and Anticoagulants
by David Gaitán
English translation by Julián Mesri

"There must be poetry in what is horrible."

ITI presents the Singapore premiere of Leakage(s) and Anticoagulants by Mexican playwright David Gaitán.

Raskolnikov has killed an old woman. But it's for the greater good. Can good intentions justify a crime?

Delve into the turmoil of a murderer's mind and discover the depths of the human soul in this darkly comic work.

Based on Dostoyevsky's classic novel Crime and Punishment, Leakage(s) and Anticoagulants is a riveting psychological exploration of a young man's guilty conscience.

Directed by ITI's Head of Acting, Alberto Ruiz Lopez

Performed by ITI's graduating cohort, featuring students from France, India, Malaysia, Singapore and the United States

Cast: Desmond Soh, Henrik Cheng, Isabelle Low, Mathilde Bagein, Namaha Mazoomdar, Regina Foo, Saran Jith, Shirley Tan, Sonia Kwek, Tan Weiying, Teo Dawn, Uma Katju, Vanessa Wu, Wong Yunjie

Leakage(s) and Anticoagulants