Ring in June! Mid year is here and shame on you if you haven’t gone for at least one art event yet. ArtZine speaks with Haresh Sharma (The Necessary Stage), Loretta Chen (Zebra Crossing) and Charlotte Nors (Singapore Repertory Theatre) on introducing Singapore Theatre to Theatre Virgins.
“Some cupids kill with arrow and some with traps.”
Indeed, Shakespeare’s Cupids were striking arrows in all the right places snagging our hearts at Fort Canning through May. Packed with poetic nights of tranquility and romance under the stars, the Singapore Repertory Theatre’s (SRT) Shakespeare in the Park this year, returns with its local take Shakespeare’s romantic comedy, Much Ado about Nothing.
Are you in the mood for some Shakespeare but not in the mood to pick up that published edition and reading through it? Then the Singapore Repertory Theatre (SRT) and The Bridge Project has something for you.
Gone are the days when puppets sang of “ABC” and “123” along Sesame Street. All innocence aside, puppets are all grown up now and singing “What do you do with a B.A. in English” and “I’m Not Wearing Underwear Today”. It’s the hilarious songs that make Avenue Q unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. Big jump, don’t you think? Watching this Singapore reproduction of the Broadway hit Avenue Q will definitely erase your memories of the good old Sesame Street days.