Monthly Archives: April 2013

Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter.

It is dark. And quiet. And unless someone does something about it, it’ll stay that way.

(un)it: HD85828 | in.ViSiBLE asks as much of the audience as it does of its performer-creator Ming Poon. “I need 16 volunteers.” “Step up to the microphone.” “Loud and clear.”

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Let’s give ’em something to talk about

I read this. (Click to read – it’s long, but a brilliant piece!) And thought I’d like to do one too.

It seems rare that writers  reviewing different genres have a chance to meet, let alone work together.

Thus, I jumped at the opportunity of covering Face to Face III: Full Circle at the National University of Singapore’s Arts Festival. This was a theatre and dance double bill, featuring work by student choreographer Samantha Eva Ho and student director Chen Yingxuan.

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