Playwright Ken Kwek responds to the #MeToo movement with a play that explores issues of consent, appropriate workplace behaviour and sexual misconduct.
The play is a modern retelling of the ancient Greek tragedy Antigone.
The performance blurs the lines between mediums to give a glimpse into Lam's storied history.
Beijing director Li Liuyi's takes on William Shakespeare's celebrated revenge-tragedy, in Mandarin.
Directed by Jo Kukathas, the production by the Singapore Repertory Theatre brings a human scale to the grandeur of the iconic Taj Mahal.
Now showing at Gajah Gallery Singapore, UOB Art Gallery, and Drama Centre Theatre.
In an era now charged with discussions on sexuality, Chiang’s play makes a timely return, this time directed by Beatrice Chia-Richmond.
Wild Rice's Singapore Theatre Festival 2018 brings in thought-provoking stories.
2018 will see the SRT-led production back after a year's hiatus, in Fort Canning Park, as always.
Former screen siren drawn to Noel Coward play because of modern society's obsession with youth.