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If There're Seasons...

Date:16 April - 10 May 2009

Venue:Drama Centre Theatre

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The winter of death numbs a lover’s pain,

The autumn of dreams lies awake in vain,

The summer of life sings its passing song,

And spring comes again… with courage to hope, and go on.

 “If there are seasons I would see snow, but not here…”

After the demise of his girlfriend Jing, A-Le packs up to pursue his musical ambitions in New York. There he meets the easy-going A-Qiang, a fellow dream hunter from Singapore, who gets him a job at a restaurant. On a particular takeout delivery, an aspiring actress named Rose enters A-Le’s life. Soon a bittersweet friendship of battered dreams and bruised hearts is born amongst them. But with each passing day, Rose begins to feel a little more for A-Le. Unknown to them however, the future is about to change their lives and their friendship forever.

 “There are no seasons here, but there is always love…”


In 2007 it was the overnight sensation that was seen by more than ten thousand! In 2009, the musical that took the country by storm, "If There’re Seasons…" returns! The Theatre Practice is proud to present the musical extravaganza that features the legendary hit songs of Liang Wern Fook and the remarkable writing talents of Raymond To (his most recent work includes the movie Perhaps Love starring Jacky Cheung). Together, we bring you a moving story of love, courage, dreams, and journeys – "If There’re Seasons…"!  

See George Chan, Joanna Dong and Lim Shieh Yih reprise their acclaimed roles with that same infectious musical magic! Also introducing Sing Chew, recording artiste and first runner-up of Project Superstar in her spectacular theatrical debut! With such an incredible cast of talents, expect nothing less than an entertaining and heart warming treat!

Come savour the seasons of life with us!

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Reviews

The songs were cleverly woven into a narrative about Singaporeans chasing their dreams oversea, only to come back to Singapore where they belong after one big circle.

alvinology,10 May 2009

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