Alicia Chong is an arts programmer who works within and across disciplines to explore issues in contemporary culture and build bridges between artists, audiences, and spaces. She is interested in contemporary performance and especially enjoys working on multi-/interdisciplinary, concept/idea-driven works that are socio-culturally engaged and can engender new perspectives about the complex world we live in. She has experience in programming and producing works across theatre, dance, music and the literary arts, and is also invested in supporting the development of the next generation of arts practitioners and performance makers.

“Attempts: Singapore”: Fluid Fragments and Fragile Illusions

Spoiler Alert: If you’re planning to experience the mystery and suspense of Attempts: Singapore, read only after you’ve attended the performance. By Alicia Chong (700 words, 5-minute read) Attempts: Singapore by Rei Poh – presented as part of the M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2018 – creates a theatrical performance that immerses its audience in an ‘escape […]

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