• Bear and Chicken Go Camping



    Bear and Chicken Go Camping

    A new tale featuring the lovable characters from When I Grow Up.

    Presented by SRT's The Little Company
    DBS Arts Centre - Home of SRT
    5 March - 11 April 2009

    One night, best friends Chicken and Bear go on a camping adventure in the Great Outdoors. Armed with flashlights, marshmallows and peanut butter sandwiches, they find the perfect spot under a beautiful starry sky.

    Throughout the night, they make lots of amazing discoveries about the world around us, like what makes a shooting star leap across the sky. And have you ever wondered where the sun goes at night? Or how crickets can make such loud noises? Join Chicken and Bear as they learn the answers to these questions and more!

    Bear and Chicken Go Camping is the second part of a highly successful original series that began with When I Grow Up. You'll fall in love all over again with Bear and his special blue blanket, and Chicken who is one super brainy bird!

    Recommended for 2 - 6 years-olds.

    Cast: Risa Okamoto, James Shubert, Cynthia Lee MacQuarrie (Chicken Understudy)

    Creative Team:
    Director: Michael Corbidge
    Playwright: Katerina Tiapula
    Composer: Corrine Gibbons
    Lighting Designer: Alberta Wileo
    Set Production Designer: Chan Silei
    Production Manager: Suraya Ab Rasid
    Stage Manager: Victoria Lim
    Assistant Stage Managers: Coral Tong & Koo Ching Long

  • Much Ado About Nothing


    Much Ado About Nothing

    Presented by Singapore Repertory Theatre
    Fort Canning Park
    7 -31 May 2009

    Love, laughter, madness and mayhem.

    'Shakespeare in the Park' returns this May with one of the greatest comedies of all time.

    Sumptuous costumes, a spectacular set, music, dancing,word play and laughter come together to make a joyful night. Bring a picnic basket and blanket and sit under the stars as the park comes to life like you have never seen before.

    In 2007, over 20,000 people came to SRT's landmark production of A Midsummer Night's Dream at Fort Canning Park. This year's Much Ado About Nothingpromises to be even more fun. Whether you want to enjoy a wonderful romantic comedy, be part of a historic event, or just have a picnic, this will be a spectacular evening for young and old.

    As war-weary soldiers return home, sparks fly as a battle of love commences. At the wealthy Leonato's house, the beautiful young Hero catches the eye of Claudio, a handsome soldier. They fall in love at first sight and rush head long into marriage, but they still have a lot to learn about each other. There is no such hurry for confirmed singletons Beatrice and Benedick, whose scorn for love and love of bickering inspire their scheming friends to plot them a happy ending.

    A hilarious showdown between the sexes unfolds in Shakespeare's dark and dazzling romantic comedy.

    Cast: Jason Chan, Michael Corbidge, Rehaan Engineer, Brendon Fernandez, Andy Hockley, Daniel Jenkins, Melvinder Kanth, Wendy Kweh, Bill Ledbetter, Tony McGill, Adrian Pang, Candice de Rozario, Dwayne Tan, Filomar C. Tariao, Andrew Tear, Susan Tordoff and Julie Wee.

    Creative Team:
    Director: Edward Dick
    Set designer: Francis O'Connor
    Costume Designer: Laichan
    Lighting Designer: Rick Fisher
    Sound Designer: Mike Walker
    Composer and Arranger: Bang Wenfu
    Choreographer: Jacqueline Pereira

  • The Boy Who Cried Wolf



    The Boy Who Cried Wolf

    A tale about the importance of telling the truth.

    Presented by SRT's The Little Company
    DBS Arts Centre - Home of SRT
    6 Aug - 12 Sep 2009

    The Boy Who Cried Wolf is a wonderful new production from The Little Company. Based on the classic fairy tale by Aesop, your family will be delighted by how it is brought to life through an exciting script and a professional cast of actors.

    This play is a heart-warming illustration of why it's important to tell the truth, and how one lie can make a world of difference.

    Dramatised by award-winning playwright Jean Tay who is best known for her plays Everything But The Brain (ST Life! Theatre Awards winner for Best Original Script 2006) and Boom.

    Directed by Tracie Pang (ST Life! Theatre Award nominee for Best Director in 2007 and 2008) who has directed numerous productions for The Little Company.

    Cast: Tim Garner, Filomar Tario and Darius Tan

    Creative Team:
    Director:Tracie Pang
    Playwright: Jean Tay
    Sound Designer: Darren Ng
    Lighting Designer: Alberta Wileo
    Choreographer: Jacqueline Pereira
    Production Designer: Chan Silei
    Production Manager: Grace Low
    Stage Manager: Elsa Mdn
    Assistant Stage Manager: Victoria Lim

  • The Bridge Project - The Winter's Tale



    The Bridge Project - The Winter's Tale

    Presented by SRT
    26 - 31 Mar 2009
    Esplanade Theatre

    The Bridge Project is a major new transatlantic venture for director Sam Mendes(Academy Award-winner for American Beauty), Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) and The Old Vic in London, which is run by Kevin Spacey (Academy Award winner for The Usual Suspects and American Beauty).

    Sam Mendes has directed The Winter's Tale by William Shakespeare in 2009 starring Simon Russell Beale, Sinead Cusack and Rebecca Hall (Vicky Christina Barcelona) from the UK; and Richard Easton, Josh Hamilton and Ethan Hawke (Before Sunset Training Day) from the US. Singapore Repertory Theatre (SRT) is proud to be one of the five co-commissioners to have created this prestigious production.

    Singapore is the first – and only Asian stop – on the world-tour in March 2009 which is presented in Singapore in collaboration with Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay.

    Cast: Simon Russell Beale, Michael Braun, Morven Chirstie, Sinead Cusack, Richard Easton, Rebecca Hall, Josh Hamilton, Ethan Hawke, Paul Jesson, Aaron Krohn, Dakin Matthews, Mark Nelson, Charlotte Parry. Gary Powell, Tobias Segal, Jessica Pollert Smith and Hannah Stokely.

    Creative Team:
    Written by: William Shakespeare
    Directed by: Sam Mendes
    Costume design by: Catherine Zuber
    Hair & wig design by: Tom Watson
    Sound design by: Paul Arditti
    Music by: Mark Bennet
    Music direction by: Dan Lipton
    Casting by: Nancy Piccione and Maggie Lunn
    Production Stage Manager: Jane Pole

    "Jaw-dropping performances by the cast" -TODAY, 28 March, 2008

    "Solid acting, beautiful stage design and great directing bring the Bard's tale to vivid life."

    "It was magical...Ethan Hawke as Autolycus was in his element..."- SPH, The Straits Times, 28 March 2009

    Click here to view The Straits Times article on Sam Mendes.

    Click here to view Business Times article on The Bridge Project.





  • The Crucible



    The Crucible

    Presented by SRT's The Young Co.
    DBS Arts Centre - Home of SRT
    12 - 15 Aug 2009

    Arthur Miller's The Crucible is a powerful and timeless depiction of how intolerance and hysteria can tear a community apart. It was made into a film starring Daniel Day-Lewis and Winona Ryder.

    A group of teenage girls gather in a forest one evening and are involved in an innocent conjuring of love potions in order to catch the eye of the young men that they desire. Guilt at being caught in the act drives them into a frenzy of accusations and they are forced to tell lies that Satan has invaded them.

    In a moment of jealousy, Abigail, one of the girls involved, claims Elizabeth (the innocent wife of a man she is infatuated with and with whom she had an affair) is a witch. As the other girls pick up on the trick and start naming anyone they resented, lies and rumours spread among the deeply religious community and anyone opposed to the trials is denounced as a witch. Through their hysteria and false accusations, 19 innocent townsfolk are put to death as witches.

    A tale of witch hunts, religious persecution, sexual revenge and social hysteria centered on the true story of the horrifying witch-hunts that occurred in Salem, Massachusetts at the end of the 17th century, this gripping play is a must-see for students and anyone who loves suspense and drama.

    Cast: Noorie Al-Jufrie, Nikko Aw Jun Li, Rishi Parkash Budhrani, Chanel Ariel Chan, Chia Yi Wen Jane, Bryan Djuhar, Clara Dyeo Yunwen, Georgia Fun, Jeremy Huang, Mhd Fazri Iman, Daniel Lim, Goh Leyn Lois, Fiona Low, Andrew Ng, Bright Ong, Sharavana Rama, Olivia Rummel and Etienne Wang.

    Creative Team:
    Director: Daniel Jenkins
    Executive Producer: Michael Corbidge
    Set Designer: Chan Silei
    Lighting Designer: Alberta Wileo
    Costume Coordinator: Engie Ho 
    Production Manager: Grace Low
    Stage Manager: Nor Elsa
    Assistant Stage Managers: Audrey Liaw & Cara Edney





  • The Jungle Book



    The Jungle Book

    A family show for 4 year-olds and above

    Presented by SRT's The Little Company
    DBS Arts Centre - Home of SRT
    5 Nov - 13 Dec 2009

    SRT's The Little Company creates its very own unique adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's classic tale, The Jungle Book, that takes you and your children on a fun-filled adventure through the jungles of India.

    Join Mowgli, a boy raised by wolves, and his friends Bagheera, the panther and Baloo, the bear in this magical world where the animals can talk. Mowgli is being taught the ways of the jungle, but one day he finally stumbles into the human world and learns a few lessons too...

    This fantastic tale reinforces respect for life, embracing differences and the idea of harmony for all living things and is a show that both the young and old will enjoy!

    Cast: Edward Choy, Timothy Nga, Oliver Pang and Amanda Tee.
    Ensemble: Joyce Gan, Victoria Lim and Nicholas Tee.

    Creative Team:
    Director and Playwright: Michael Corbidge
    Production Designer: Colleen Reeks
    Set Assistant: Chan Silei
    Lighting Designer: Suven Chan
    Composer/Percussion Consultant/Vocal Coach/ Musical Director: Corinne Gibbons
    Choreographer: Jacqueline Pereira
    Movement Coach: Christina Sergeant

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