14 – 23.03.2003
Creating a unique and intimate theatre atmosphere, this promenade performance invites the audience to walk right into the story and unravel the mystery of The Waterloo Murders.
09 – 12.07.2003
An exploration on how buildings, like Man, find their current destiny influenced by past lives, Moving Gods is a rumination on loss, inheritance, and the value of preservation when faced of rapid growth and progress.
25 – 28.09.2003
Importing their own cultural background as Singaporean Malays into the work, the artists involved will seek the spaces in the text which will allow them to question their own hybrid and syncretic identities.
02 – 05.10.2003
A conundrum that we still face: Is the coffin too big? Or is the hole too small?
What should we do next?
19 - 21.12.2003
Woman is a triple bill about women and womanhood, directed, devised and performed by women from Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Singapore.
22.04 – 02.05.2004
In the winds of Destiny, not the purest of spirits nor the most wretched of sinners will be spared. The Tempest casts all adrift, and lingering perdition shall soon befall one after another.
07 – 08.05.2004
The quadruple-bill performance featured retellings of fables and legends like Ma Lang And His Magical Paintbrush, Jingwei Tries To Fill The Sea, Qi Wei Qi Wei and Tao Tai Liang in celebration of the school’s 65th anniversary.
This surreal production explores the fleeting, seemingly insignificant moments in our memory and what happens when they finally resurface.
18 – 22.08.2004
An international group of theatre practitioners to come together and create a performance to commemorate the passing of theatre doyen and The Theatre Practice co-founder Kuo Pao Kun.
11 – 20.02.2005
Ménage à 13 subverts all convention of comedy and tragedy with its unique brand of hearty sufferance as they examine our everyday relationships and the societal roles that define us.
07 – 15.05.2005
Play Play is about rediscovering the freedom within ourselves to play, and about finding how to see everything around us as a game: not to win but to enjoy every moment of it, not to succeed but to discover the infinite possibilities.
28 – 29.07.2005
Inspired by The Coffin Is Too Big for the Hole’s satirical take on the relationships within our society, Jack Neo shifts between hilariously touching to the seriously absurd.
The Nursery Rhymes Project