Tag: Wild Rice @ Funan

20 December 2019
Go behind the magic of Peter Pan in Serangoon Gardens with director Ivan Heng – who reveals how J.M. Barrie’s classic tale continues to inspire him, and why WILD RICE could not have created this show without having a home to call its own.
18 December 2019
Transforming into a teenage boy who flies is one of the most demanding things Pam Oei has done in the theatre. Read on to find out what it takes for Pam to become The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up!
13 December 2019
What does a lighting designer do when asked to shed light (literally) on an epic original musical in a brand-new theatre space? Michael Chan lets us in on some of his lighting secrets for Peter Pan in Serangoon Gardens!
5 December 2019
John C. Dinning has designed for the theatre all across Canada – and occasionally in Singapore – over the past four decades. Find out about his design process for Peter Pan in Serangoon Gardens and more!
3 December 2019
Triple threat Nanami Sweeney reveals what playing Jane in Peter Pan in Serangoon Gardens means to her, and what she’s learnt from being a part of WILD RICE’s First Stage programme!
1 December 2019
To play Wendy in “Peter Pan in Serangoon Gardens”, Mae Elliessa had to revisit her childhood – and learn to fly! Find out how she gets into character and what this show has taught her.
1 December 2019
Creating a musical like “Peter Pan in Serangoon Gardens” is truly a team effort. Take to the skies with playwright Thomas Lim, lyricist Joel Tan and composer Julian Wong, as they share their challenges and inspirations in setting the stage for this year’s holiday musical!
23 October 2019
Meet the six actors who will unravel history and question the myth of colonialism in Merdeka / 獨立 /சுதந்திரம். How did they prepare to play multiple roles? What have they learnt? Find out here!
13 October 2019
Playwright and director Thomas Lim takes us into the quirky ‘beforelife’ of Fair Play, a thought-provoking new piece about gender stereotypes and inequality. He opens up about the inspiration behind the play, why theatre matters to him, and how he deals with writer’s block.
2 September 2019
Close to four decades ago, Stella Kon wrote one of the most iconic plays in Singapore theatre history. She chats with us about creating Emily of Emerald Hill, what the play means to her, and her life-long love of the theatre.
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