7 Sep 2020
Learning how to sketch and read bodies in Eng Kai Er's (Kai) Posing Questions is almost akin to my journey in...
3 Sep 2020
What did You Say Teahouse / 大声D茶室 / Warung Cakap Apa (Teahouse) is a community arts project created in the initial stage of the COVID-19 lock-down in a bid to connect with seniors living in isolation, and in languages that are familiar to the elderly but are uncommonly heard in the mass media today.
23 Aug 2020
8 Apr 2020
We're experiencing an unprecedented global crisis, probably the biggest of our time. As I sit at home, sinking into thoughts of existentialism, pondering on the state of the arts and the purpose of our work, I seek comfort in discovering all the support everyone has been offering.
18 Mar 2020
In another successful theatre adaptation, the Intercultural Theatre Institute brings Sarah Kane’s 4.48 Psychosis to the Singaporean stage.
Kane’s play, first performed in...
7 Mar 2020
The Son is a play that fully embraces its difficult subject matter. It doesn’t shy away from the pain and...
26 Feb 2020
Fika & Fishy by Patch and Punnet is a performance featuring the unlikely friendship between adorable, innocent Fika the Dog...
16 Nov 2019
The exploration of the mind is not unlike the exploration of (outer) space. The mind, like the deep space, evokes...
13 Nov 2019
12 Nov 2019
The diversity of these relationships is impressive. We even get to witness the delightfully surprising connection that springs up between a self-involved upper-class woman and the prostitute she hires...
21 Oct 2019
11 Jul 2019
25 Mar 2019
Dear L and Xiaoyi,
This is your most accessible show to date. I like it more than Einstein or the Carpark....
24 Mar 2019
Even before the play starts, the audience are already grappling with the maths of finding their seats, amidst the rows...
20 Feb 2019
My first encounter with Off Centre is in 2015, during Esplanade’s The Studios: fifty, directed by Oliver Chong. Then, I...
19 Feb 2019
Just last week, Faith Ng’s play, Normal, made its curtain calls to optimistic reception. Normal, directed by Claire Wong, discussed...