Posts Tagged ‘theatre’
These are the 12 finalists that were announced during the preliminary rounds 2 weeks back! i just CANNOT wait to watch them later at the finals this evening!
Many teams turned up for the eventful day at Vivocity amphitheatre. But there were really too many superb teams that have been training for a (Read more...)
A lighthearted and surprisingly entertaining production which is currently playing at the Drama Centre in Singapore is EDGES the Musical. Produced by Sight Lines Productions and directed by Derrick Chew, the musical takes a look at four characters – young adults at the crossroads between adole (Read more...)
I was fully prepared to spend the rest of the day moping in bed, but we made a last-minute decision to head to Cardiff Bay to catch the finale of De Gabay, the first production of National Theatre Wales’ third season.
A three-day site-specific performance piece in Butetown, the show had kicked (Read more...)
So my group mates and I were dressed in emperor and concubines outfits! But no..not for Halloween. It was actually a mini drama skit put up in the classroom as part of our project. Sounds like a fun right?! Haha! We were actually learning about the Chinese Opera in class when the lecturer wanted us (Read more...)
Attended a new drama experience titled “Project Mending Sky: Us” a week ago with my boyfriend and sister.
“Project Mending Sky: Us is the third and final instalment of the Project Mending Sky (Sky) series, begun as an independent project in 2008 to give people a greater awareness (Read more...)
Photographs taken at the full dress rehearsal of Crossings at the Esplanade taken on the eve of the opening … more information on Crossings, a collective effort by The Necessary Stage of Singapore and TRAFIK of Croatia in collaboration with Esplanade Theatres on the Bay’s The Studios, ca (Read more...)
Curious about or puzzled by that photograph of the Caucasian man dressed in a Nonya kebaya I posted the other day? I have a shocking revelation … not only was that man seen in the kebaya, but also in a bright red saree, and in the company of yet another man spotted that same afternoon in a bri (Read more...)
This picture was taken in front of The Chapel at Sculpture. A light installation named Light Matters was going on there.
“The project (designed by Lim Woan Wen, a lighting designer) aspires to compose a visual poem with the splendor of natural light to transform the 19th-century-heritage-bui (Read more...)