• A Twist of Fate 2005

    A Twist of Fate (2005)

    Presented by Singapore Repertory Theatre
    and VizPro Entertainment
    Esplande Theatre
    18 Nov - 4 Dec 2005


    1917 - A baby is abandoned on the steps of Singapore's famous Raffles Hotel. A childless English couple find the crying infant and adopt her. They sail back to England with the child in their arms.

    1937 - Twenty years have passed. The house of Lim Chin Boon is in turmoil; the Master of the house is dying and has just received a letter from a young lady who could very well be the long-lost granddaughter from his first marriage. Emma West returns to Singapore to look for her family, only to find herself thrown into the midst of intrigue and mystery. There is a death in the family - a murder as it turns out. Whose death? And who is the culprit? Everyone in the household has a deadly motive. Sit back and be drawn into a web of conspiracy, deceit and love that stretches back in time and across continents.

    Cast: Sheila Francisco, Sebastian Tan, Michael K. Lee, Eleanor Tan, Emma Yong, Adrian Pang, Laura Michelle Kelly, Anthony Drewe, Craig Nagao, Melissa Chiew, Bernd Wing Hofer, Josephine Tan and Greg Swyny

    Musicians: Jenny Chang, Dong Dong, Damien Lim, Colin Ng, Ng Kim Peng, Julia Toh, Budi Winarto and Brandon Wong.

    Creative Team:
    Music by: Dick Lee
    Lyrics by: Anthony Drewe
    Book by: Steven Dexter & Tony Petito
    Director: Steven Dexter
    Musical Director, Arranger and Orchestrator: David Shrubsole
    Choreographer: Nick Winston
    Set Designer: Francis O' Connor
    Lighting Designer: Yo Shao Ann
    Sound Designer: Mike Walker
    Costume Designer: Hayden Ng
    Stage Manager: Grace Low

  • Betrayal




    Presented by Singapore Repertory Theatre
    DBS Arts Centre - Home of SRT
    18 Aug - 10 Sep 2005

    Cleverly told in reverse chronological order, the play starts in the present when Emma has had a seven year affair with Robert's best friend, Jerry. Beginning at the end of the affair, each scene of this compelling drama moves backwards in time to that fateful moment when the infidelity began.

    Cast: Shabana Azmi, Peter Friedman, Simon Jones and Gregory Swyny

    Creative Team:
    Playwright: Harold Pinter
    Directed by: Wang Meiyin
    Production Designer: Philip Engleheart
    Lighting Designer: Yo Shao Ann
    Sound Designer: Darren Ng
    Multimedia Designer: Weeds Production


  • Little Wings



    Little Wings

    A tale about the joys of playing

    Presented by SRT's The Little Company
    DBS Arts Centre - Home of SRT
    25 Feb - 20 Mar 2005

    Set in a children's playroom, three children are doing what comes naturally - playing. Jane is obsessed with flying and birds, and slowly encourages her brothers to join in her game of flying. The children decide to go all the way and make wings of their own for the audience to see, which gets everyone whipped up in a frenzy of flying.

    Cast: James Shubert, Jamie Shawn Tan, Coral Tong

    Creative Team:
    Written By: Katerina Tiapula
    Director: Carina Hales
    Lighting Designer: Yo Shao Ann
    Set Designer: Goh Boon Teck
    Sound Designer and Music Composer: Darren Ng
    Stage Manager: Grace Low





  • Macbeth




    Presented by SRT's The Young Co.
    DBS Arts Centre - Home of SRT
    4 - 6 Aug 2005

    Be embroiled in a whirlpool of temptation and retribution this August when The Young Co., a division of The Singapore Repertory Theatre, presents Macbeth. This centuries-old Shakespearean classic gets a new breath of life in this modern version, with its unique modernistic sound and lighting effects.

    Trouble brews when Macbeth is prophesized by three witches to be the next King of Scotland. Believing the prophecy to be true, Macbeth then murders the King. However, tragedy strikes as he is haunted by guilt and fear, and indulges in further evils to protect his throne.

    It's the good old story, except that a contemporary touch has been injected into this well-known tragedy. Directed by Michael Corbidge, the unusual soundscapes, live percussion and funky costumes inculcated in this play differentiate it as a never-before-seen Macbeth. Come bask in the horrors of the mind as the young stars unveil how 'unnatural deeds do breed unnatural troubles'.

    Cast: Anisah Ahmad, Anton Chan, Melissa Fu, Evelyn Goh, Kate Howden, Spencer Hsu, Nur Awal'Liyah Bte Ja'faar, Mohamed Sadiq Al'jumiah, Jared Kok, Anne Marie Lim,Audrey Lim, Mariel Reyes,Joanne Sandhu, Shirin Seah, Kusumawati Supadi, Elizabeth Tan, Josephine Tan, Nicole Tan,Serene Tan and Leslie Tay.

    Creative Team:
    Director/ Set Designer: Michael Corbidge
    Sound Designer: Adrian
    Movement Director: Young Tseng Wong
    Lighting Designer: Kamal Thapa
    Sound Designer: Adrian Tan
    Set Designer: Michael Corbridge
    Costume Designer: Betty Png
    Stage Manager: Melissa Chin
    Production Coordinator: Pat See
    Production Manager: Suraya Ab Rasid




  • The Best of Broadway : An Intimate Evening with Lea Salonga



    The Best of Broadway: An Intimate Evening with Lea Salonga

    Presented by Singapore Repertory Theatre
    and Merill Lynch
    Esplanade Concert Hall
    24 Apr 2005

    After a six-year absence, one of the world's greatest musical theatre performers returns to Singapore for a one-night only concert of favourite songs from Broadway and Disney.

    Artiste: Lea Salonga

    Creative Team:
    Musical Director: Gerard Salonga
    Musicians: Meong Pacana, Cezar Aguas, Marvin Querido, Bond Samson, Jorge San Jose





  • The Snow Queen



    The Snow Queen

    A magical christmas musical

    Presented by SRT's The Little Company
    Esplanade Theatre
    22 Nov - 11 Dec 2005

    Gerda searches for her brother Kai after he is bewitched and imprisoned by the Snow Queen in her ice palace. Gerda's innocence charms all good people and animals she meets. With the help of the Crow family, she escapes an enchantress, visits the royal court and travels to the far North. There, in a final confrontation with the Snow Queen and her ice creatures, good conquers evil and the children are reunited.

    Cast: Michael Corbidge, Alemay Fernandez, Sheila Francisco, Leigh McDonald, Darren Seah, Kusumawati Supadi, Celine Rosa Tan, Paerin Choa, Tamsin Cornes, Farah Bee Dawood, Joanne Dong, Jay Espano, Cynthia Lee MacQuarrie, Andrew Lua, Jonathan Lum, Shane Mardjuki, Juliet Pang

    Creative Team:
    Book and Lyrics: Tracie Pang
    Director: Tracie Pang
    Music: Darren Ng
    Musical Director: Matt Jasper
    Choreographer: Nick Winston
    Set Designer: Francis O'Connor
    Lighting Designer: Yo Shao Ann
    Sound Designer: Mike Walker
    Costume Designer: Hayden Ng





  • The SRT Theatre Ball 2005 - Les Liaisons Dangereuses

    lesliasons2 November 2005, The Fullerton Hotel

    Mirroring a modern interpretation of the hedonistic glittering society of 18th century beau monde, Les Liaisons Dangereuses was an evening of high drama, superb cuisine, spectacular entertainment, and of course feature the Theatre Ball's fabulous signature Belvedere Vodka Martini Bar. In keeping with the theme of illicit assignations and irreverent indulgences, guests was dressed to seduce and scandalize, in couture and contemporary style, as part of the unforgettable evening.

    Les Liaisons Dangereuses, The Theatre Ball 2005 by Singapore Repertory Theatre on November 2nd, 2005 and was presented by Breguet. The Theatre Ball by SRT was launched in 2002 with the dazzling Venetian Ball, and was followed by the equally successful St Petersburg Ball, and has since become one of the most anticipated events in Singapore's social calendar. Vibrant in spirit, passionate at heart and spectacular in display, this ball was a celebration of theatre coupled with the love and enjoyment of arts and culture.





  • The Ugly Duckling (Singapore season)



    The Ugly Duckling

    A play for 2 - 6 year olds

    Presented by SRT's The Little Company
    DBS Arts Centre - Home of SRT
    12 Aug - 11 Sep 2005


    The Ugly Duckling is one of The Little Company's most popular and memorable productions. Back by popular demand for 8 shows only, it was originally presented as part of global celebrations to mark Hans Christian Andersen's bicentenary in 2005.

    The Ugly Duckling is a wonderful retelling of Hans Christian Andersen's classic story about a little duckling who looks different. Teased and ridiculed on the farmyard, Ugly decides to run away and embarks on an odyssey through the countryside. He meets a host of colourful characters and eventually discovers that he is not a duckling at all.

    A play for 2 to 6 year-olds.

    Cast: Hossan Leong, Michael Chong, Jennifer Ho, Stella Soh

    Creative Team:
    Writer and Director: Tracie Pang
    Set & Costume Designer: Philip Engleheart
    Lighting Designer: Yo Shao Ann
    Sound Designer: Darren Ng
    Stage Manager: Grace Low



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