Theatre, Festival

Random Access Memory

Organised by: Toy Factory Productions
  • Date:
    24, 25, 26 Oct 2019
  • Time:
    3:00pm, 8:00pm
  • Duration:
    1h 30min (no intermission)
  • Venue:
    NAFA Studio Theatre
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  • Language:


RAM and GIG – two inseparable parts in charge of memory in a computer – are encumbered with the task of deciding which memories of a dead boy is worth keeping. As they struggle with the weight of the impossible job, they are confronted again and again on what it means to be human – and what legacy truly means.

Playwright: Mark Cheong | Director: Stanley Seah

Set Designer: Vivien Lau | Lighting Designer: Woo E-hui | Sound Designer: Vick Low


The Wright Stuff is a playwright incubation programme by Toy Factory, where new playwrights and their first plays are chosen from an open call to be developed under the tutelage of Toy's Artistic Directors. It is an invaluable platform for these new writers' plays to be mentored and eventually staged - with professional directors helming them.

Random Access Memory