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Asian Dramaturgs’ Network Re/View Vol. 3 Critical Responses & Discussion

Join us next Tuesday 11 January 2022, 6PM SGT, for the online discussion of ADN Re/View (Vol. 3)! Rounding up the ADN Re/View series of e-publications, dramaturgs Janet Pillai and David Pledger are invited to respond to the questions and themes arising from the three issues: Mapping (Vol.1), Tracing (Vol. 2) and Framing (Vol.3). Facilitated …

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Attempts: Singapore

“Attempts: Singapore”: Game On

Spoiler Alert: If you’re planning to experience the mystery and suspense of Attempts: Singapore, read only after you’ve attended the performance. By Richard Chung In a world of innovative theatrical experiences, you often come across too many that scrimp on either execution or narrative. That’s not the case for Rei Poh’s Attempts: Singapore, which operates as a thoroughly …

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Attempts: Singapore

“Attempts: Singapore”: The Curtains Don’t Match the Drapes

Spoiler Alert: If you’re planning to experience the mystery and suspense of Attempts: Singapore, read only after you’ve attended the performance. By Ezekiel Oliveira (589 words, 5-minute read) Humanity may be under threat, the end of the world might well be nigh. That’s the premise for Attempts: Singapore, an immersive performance where the audience is cast …

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“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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Citizens’ Reviews 2018: Open Call

Calling all aspiring theatre critics! If you enjoy writing about theatre performances and are looking for sharpen your reviewers’ voice, then our Citizens’ Reviews programme might just be for you. This 12-month programme aims to provide up-and-coming theatre critics with a platform to hone their review-writing skills. Reviewers will be provided tickets to attend local …

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