Dance

PheNoumenon by Kuik Swee Boon

Organised by: T.H.E Dance Company
  • Date:
    12, 13, 14 Dec 2019
  • Time:
    Thu - Sat: 8:00pm
    Sat: 3:00pm
  • Duration:
    75min, no intermission
  • Venue:
    Esplanade Theatre Studio
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  • Admission:
    Standard: $38
    Concession: $20*

    20%
    Early Bird ending 25 Oct
    T.H.E Friends (with valid code)

    15% (starts 26 Oct)
    PAssion Card Members
    OCBC Arts Platinum Cardmembers

    10% (starts 26 Oct)
    OCBC Credit Cardmembers

    School Booking Offers:
    Group purchases of 10 tickets receive 1 complimentary standard (adult) ticket.
    PheNoumenon is also eligible for the Tote Board Arts Grant subsidy. Write to info@the-dancecompany.com for the subsidy letter and all enquiries, or log on to the NAC-AEP portal.

    Prices listed excluded SISTIC booking fee.
    Limited concession tickets for student, NSF & senior citizens.


  • Advisory:
    Awaiting for IMDA Rating. No admission for infant in arms and children aged below 6 years old. Children 6 years old and above must purchase ticket for admission.

Synopsis:

Look out, look carefully; what do you see?

PheNoumenon is the latest creation by founding artistic director Kuik Swee Boon, this time examining the relationship between Man and the natural phenomenon that surrounds him.

The free spirit tears away from hegemonic thinking - habits, cultures and systems which hide under the illusory cover of a prosperous modern society. Look around, what lessons can be learnt from the socio-political, technological and climate chaos threatening to upend our entire lives?

T.H.E's finale performance of 2019 is created in collaboration with Singaporean lighting designer Adrian Tan, costume designer Loo An Ni, Malaysian sound artist Kent Lee and six extraordinary dancers from T.H.E Dance Company. If you liked da:ns festival 2018 commission Invisible Habitudes and followed its successful European tour, then you must not miss PheNoumenon!

Look in, look closely; what have we become?

PheNoumenon by Kuik Swee Boon


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