Go WILD@Home!

  • 16 April 2020
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 – including our critically acclaimed productions of Emily of Emerald Hill, Supervision and Monkey Goes West. Each title will be 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 resource packs will be available online. These will include in-depth interviews and suggested activities for children and students.

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

EMILY OF EMERALD HILL

Streaming from 24 April (Friday), 7.30pm / Live Talkback: 30 April (Thursday), 9pm

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.

SUPERVISION

Streaming from 1 May (Friday), 7.30pm / Live Talkback: 7 May (Thursday), 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. Thrilling, darkly funny and profoundly moving, Thomas Lim’s Supervision poignantly explores the lengths to which you’ll go to watch over someone you love.

MONKEY GOES WEST

Streaming from 8 May (Friday), 7.30pm / Live Talkback: 14 May (Thursday), 9pm

When orphan Ah Tang runs away from home, he finds himself transported to a strange land where he befriends Wukong, Pigsy and Sandy. Together, the fearless foursome embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Alfian Sa’at’s brilliant, award-winning adaptation of this iconic Chinese tale will make you laugh and cry. Perfect for the whole family!

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