A quick post to plug my new production.
Arthur Miller‘s The Crucible is being staged at the Drama Centre Theatre, National Library in Bras Basah Singapore from the 7th to the 23rd of February 2013, directed by Rayann Condy and staged by Toy Factory Productions.
After five gruelling weeks, assembling this modern classic in the crucible of our rehearsal room at the Goodman Arts Centre, we’re finally in the theatre – the space where it all comes alive. And what a life this production has. High stakes and high emotion balanced on the knife-edge of hidden agendas, with religion and gossip thrown into the mix. Two and a half hours of pure dramatic tension.
The subject matter sits in the somewhat foreign landscape of the Salem Witch Trials of the 1700s, but the parallels to modern day human social behaviour are as alive today as ever.
Tickets are available online at SISTIC or via their hotline at (65)6348 5555. There’s even a 4 for the price of 3 promotion for performances on the 12th and 19th (Tue 4pm), 13th and 20th (Wed 8pm). This is only available from the SISTIC hotline or at SISTIC counters islandwide, and the password to activate this promotion is “you are a witch”. No kidding.
Hope to see you there, friends.
I’ve been on the road, in Paris, Buenos Aires, a small part of Patagonia, and now London in an almost, fly-by-the-seat-of-my-pants, type of trip. Three weeks, planes, trains, automobiles, pounding pavements, hiking through foliage and trekking through ice. And many, old and new, friends. The time doesn’t seem like a lot, but the experiences have been truly mind boggling.
…as the year draws to a close. Thank you Jeannie Mai for the reminder.