Alfian Sa’at’s voice can be heard throughout the 2018 Singapore Theatre Festival. He chats with us about programming this year’s exciting line-up of new works and how he's helped to bring these new works from the page to the stage.
Janice Koh opens up about Supervisionand surveillance, performing in WILD RICE @ Funan for the first time, and what theatre has taught her.
From the Singapore Theatre Festival to A $ingapore Carol, we are proud to have presented 9 new works that showcase the very best of Singapore’s talent. Here’s what your favourite theatre company achieved in 2018, and what you can look forward to in 2019.
Umi Kalthum Ismail makes her Singapore Theatre Festival debut as Yanti – a domestic helper in Supervision. She chats with us about putting herself in her character’s shoes and how this play hits close to home.
Veteran Malaysian actor Patrick Teoh chats with us about finding his character between the lines in Supervision, working in Singapore, and what he loves about performing in the theatre.
A year ago, Thomas Lim’s aunt installed cameras in her house to keep tabs on her foreign domestic helpers. He shares with us how that act of surveillance unnerved him, but also inspired him to write about privacy and trust in his new play, Supervision.