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...
16 Jun 2018
This play is honestly such a trippy ride. Even a week later, we’re still not sure what to think.
9 Jun 2018
Dragonflies’ plot is a circle of life. The play starts with death, then a series of unfortunate events that takes...
22 May 2018
How, in just three minutes, does a storyteller convey deep emotion through minimal exposition? Singaporean director Don Aravind, whose work...
10 May 2018
One senses the social ills, becomes aware of the disadvantaged, understands the vices of materialism and necessity of economic prosperity. As a responsible and active citizen, now is the point to ask yourself...
22 Apr 2018
16 Apr 2018
We are no strangers to abbreviating words, phrases or sentences with the advent of Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat... So if the issue here is not about the number of words (140), then what is?
10 Apr 2018
The short performance starts with Chin Huat pedalling a traditional sewing machine, weaving a blanket, weaving his story. The whirring of the wheel, squeaks at the joints all sound strangely ...
26 Mar 2018
What greets us when we enter the studio is a rectangular open space, flanked by audience seats on all four...
18 Mar 2018
When do we need that emergency stairs? When you run out of air in a stuffy underground carpark. When you run out of questions to assure your self. When you run into inexplicable loneliness. When you can't find what you are looking for.