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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...
11 Jan 2019
The performers use familiar items which can be easily found in most household. You will be surprised at how your babies, who may be unable to focus on an activity at home, are able to follow this 30-minute long play...
10 Jan 2019
Light light. Fall down.
It is my first time attending theatre with my sister; I am not sure how to prep...
26 Nov 2018
Understandably, a newly written play can be a challenge to stage. The Old Woman and the Ox got too heavy...
24 Nov 2018
I am so happy that Charlie has an opportunity to be performed here. Otherwise I would never have known that...
10 Nov 2018
Nget Rady and Didik Nini Thowok carry within them traditions of the Cambodian male masked dance form (Lakhaon Khaol) and...
4 Nov 2018
When the curtains opened (figuratively, because there were no curtains), I felt hopeful and excited about Nine Years Theatre’s (NYT)...
2 Jul 2018
There are many common qualities between last week’s Citizen Dog and this week’s Framed, by Adolf: The static noises used...
26 Jun 2018
Previously titled The Man In The Coffin, Habits is a play that attempts to explore faith and kinship under the...
24 Jun 2018
A monologue by Jo Tan herself is really what this play needs I suppose. I haven’t seen the previous iterations...
18 Jun 2018
Citizen Dog is a dark and twisted fairy tale. Actually, it is just like any other Hans Christian Anderson’s or...