Wild@Home: Entertaining Audiences

WILD RICE is thrilled to present some of our most popular and beloved shows in the comfort of your living room. Over the next month, you’ll be able to enjoy some of Singapore’s very best theatre for free, with each title streaming on YouTube for one week.

We’d also love for you to join us for a live talkback every Thursday at 9pm. These post-show discussions are the perfect opportunity for artists and audiences to come together after sharing in a theatrical experience.

For those interested in exploring the plays at home, free educational packs will be available online. These will include in-depth articles, interviews and suggested activities for children and students.

So, while we’re all staying safe by staying home, let us entertain you!

Currently Streaming

A WILD RICE Academy Production

Bored by Circuit-Breaker? Missing friends and school? Max is too! In this educational video series perfect for children aged 5 and up, find out how – with the help of his friend, Jasmine – Max learns to identify, understand and manage his emotions as he rides out the last phase of Singapore’s Circuit-Breaker and prepares to go back to school.

Written & Directed by Jasmine Blundell

In this special episode of #FeelingsToTheMax, Max learns about a scary experience that is familiar to many students in Singapore – receiving your PSLE results!

Written & Directed by Jasmine Blundell

All his young life, Max has enjoyed meeting and getting to know new friends. But Max has never met someone like Mylo before! In Max’s excitement, he ends up hurting Mylo’s feelings. Max resolves to figure out what he did wrong and learn how to become a better friend.

Coming Soon

Available On Demand: 20 – 30 Aug 2020

Two romeos bend the truth to spice up their love lives. But things spin hilariously out of control when their deceptions are discovered, threatening to spoil their romantic pursuits. Celebrated theatre and film director Glen Goei puts a joyous spin on Oscar Wilde’s comic masterpiece by casting an all-male ensemble – revealing fresh insights into this classic tale about courtship, hidden identities and the foibles of high society.

Past Titles

Streaming from 1 May 2020 / Live Talkback: 7 May 2020, 9pm

Teck has just suffered a stroke that leaves him wheelchair-bound. When he insists on moving back home, Jenny, his no-nonsense daughter, hires a young Indonesian domestic worker, Yanti, to look after him. Darkly funny and profoundly moving, Thomas Lim’s Supervision examines the complicated dynamics of love, family and privacy in a Singapore where foreign workers have become our primary care-givers.

Streaming: 8 – 22 May 2020 / Live Talkback: 14 May 2020, 9pm

W!LD RICE brings the Year of the Monkey to a happy climax with its 13th holiday musical extravaganza for the whole family! Winner of ‘Production of the Year’ at the 2015 Straits Times Life Theatre Awards, Monkey Goes West is an affectionate and cheeky retelling of the beloved Chinese fantasy classic. Join us for this epic thrill ride that will take you from Haw Par Villa to Jurong West – by way of a colourful world filled with mythical monsters and naughty fairies!

Encore Streaming: 15 – 17 May 2020

Who is Emily Gan? Is she a heroine or a villain? A woman ahead of her time, or a woman trapped by tradition? Ivan Heng, directed by long-time collaborator Glen Goei, brings to life one of Singapore theatre’s most iconic and complex characters in this critically acclaimed, definitive production of Stella Kon’s classic play.

Streaming: 22 May – 7 Jun 2020 / Live Talkback: 28 May 2020, 9pm

For all his young life, Meng has dreamt of adventures beyond the confines of Emei Mountain. But, when he finally leaves home, he finds old secrets from his family’s past slithering to the surface. Full of heart, humour and home truths, Alfian Sa’at’s Mama White Snake stars Glen Goei and Ivan Heng in a celestial sister act. This is an epic musical adventure you don’t want to missssss!

Available On Demand: 30 Jul – 10 Aug 2020

As the Singapore Bicentennial is celebrated, six young people form a group called Raffles Must Fall to examine our country’s colonial legacy. Drawing upon a wealth of historical documentation, including speeches, newspaper articles, petitions and songs, Alfian Sa’at and Neo Hai Bin’s provocative, moving “Merdeka / 獨立 /சுதந்திரம்” examines how our history and humanity have been shaped – and shattered – by the forces of colonialism.