is a Singaporean multidisciplinary writer with experience in poetry, fiction and playwriting. She also pens curatorial essays for visual artists in Singapore and Malaysia. She is interested in looking at how text can be re-interpreted into different mediums, and reviving/ re-adapting stories.
M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2018: Forked by Jo Tan
By Euginia Tan (707 words, 5-minute read) As I am waiting for the show to begin, the glint off the four silver chairs forming the basis of the set of Forked is sharp, unyielding, with a trophy rested on one of them. Forked then commences with a highly frenetic, animated monologue by protagonist Jeanette Peh, …
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