It’s time we include a section on the Literary Arts. Share your ideas with us and tell us what you’ll like to see in the new section. We’d like to get in touch with local writers and publishers as well so drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
COFFEECHAT: Artist Interviews
CoffeeChat is a collection of our artist interviews. Delve into an artist’s life experiences and their journey through rehearsals and their work. [MORE]
* Latest: Daniel Jenkins from SRT’s Defending the Caveman.
ArtZine Singapore celebrates…
“Anyone would flirt with anybody in the world as long as other people are looking on” – Oscar Wilde
NOW SHOWING: Past Caring
Inspired by a poem written by Henry Lawson, The Necessary Stage and the Tony Yap Company (AUS) collaborate to tell this intriguing tale. [MORE]
UPCOMING: SDT’s Cinderella
Chihiro Uchida takes on multiple roles in Cinderella which open March 6. Hesitating because of Lea Salonga’s Cinderella? [MORE]
FIRST TAKE: March
Vignes shares about his short film entitled No Ten Dollars Ride which will be screened at the Substation. [MORE]
Our Flirty Pick! If you’re not spending Valentine’s Day out perhaps you’d like to curl up in bed o instead with a new book. [MORE]
EVENT: What’s Love got to do with it?
Our Flirty Pick! As VDay nears, Verena and Kamini share tales of love at The Substation. [MORE]
UPCOMING: Sleepless Town
The cast of Sleepless Town consider the mayhem they could cause if they had superpowers before voting for their all-time favourite superhero. [MORE]
STAGED LIVES: Singapore Love Letters
Our Flirty Pick! Celebrate this season of love with Action Theatre’s Singapore Love Letters, starring Tan Kheng Hua. [MORE]
IN CONCERT: Ani Difranco
Grammy-award singer-songwriter and socio-political activist, Ani Difranco heads to Singapore for a one-night only concert. [MORE]
FEATURED: What the Butler Saw
Loretta Chen and her cast takes on Joe Orton’s What the Butler Saw, complete with local references to cheer up your February. [MORE]
IN CONCERT: St Thomas Boys’ Choir
If you missed the Vienna Boys’ Choir when they were in Singapore last year, here’s your chance to delight in angelic voices. [MORE]
CALL FOR ENTRIES: Short+Sweet Singapore 2009
Can you write a play and keep it short, sweet and under 10 minutes? If you can, here’s a competition for you. [MORE]
EXHIBITION: Sour Jokes
We sure hope you’re not playing sour jokes on your loved ones! Enjoy this myriad of dimensions, conceptualised by Lasalle. [MORE]
PREVIOUS ISSUE: January ’09
Missed the last issue? No problem, read it here.