A new play by Andrew Sutherland
Directed by Koh Wan Ching
Performed by ITI's 2019 graduating cohort
Weather changes are converging on the equator. Fish are dying, beaches are disappearing, and palm trees are falling. Meanwhile, a mother searches for a lost son, humans look for otters, and a merlion keeps track of change. There is a timeline, or a deadline, depending on how you look at it. A line could be crossed... or have we already crossed it?
ITI presents the world premiere of a new play by Australian playwright Andrew Sutherland ("refreshing honesty, energy, intelligence" - Seesaw; "truly magnificent" - The Fourth Wall), directed by Singaporean theatre-maker Koh Wan Ching.
Performed by the multicultural cast of ITI's graduating cohort, a line could be crossed and you would slowly cease to be is a moving exploration of human relationships with other humans, animals and nature, against the backdrop of climate change.
Set Designer: Dorothy Png
Lighting Designer: Jason Ng
Rating to be advised