+ Own a piece of Singapore Theatre history – TheatreWorks’ Yard Sale
6 – 16 December 2016 at 72-13
Mon – Fri: 10am – 8pm
Closed on weekends
TheatreWorks is having a yard sale as we have decided to part with some of our beloved items! From clothes, props, costumes, shoes and furnitures, comb your way through the items and who knows what gems you may find!
+ Announcing the winners of the 24-Hour Playwriting Competition 2016!
22 October 2016 at 72-13
The suspense is over! TheatreWorks is pleased to announce the winners of the 24-Hour Playwriting Competition 2016. This year’s scripts captured the creativity and voices of the over 70 participants who took part in this year’s competition.
+ Compendium Launch: Forty-four winning scripts from the TheatreWorks 24-Hour Playwriting Competition
TheatreWorks is proud to launch its latest compendium Forty-four winning scripts from the TheatreWorks 24-Hour Playwriting Competition. This three-volume compendium features 44 winning scripts from the past 8 years of our 24-Hour Playwriting Competition. From friendship, family, history to issues of surrogacy and mental health, it highlights some controversial yet real everyday issues.
Conceived and directed by Jérôme Bel
6 – 8 October 2016
TheatreWorks presents its upcoming international co-production GALA, conceived and directed by renowned French dancer and choreographer Jérôme Bel. A quirky and humorous take on dance, you will see a mixed bag of non-professional performers and a handful of seasoned artists take the stage, united by their shared love for the performing arts and the joy that it brings to them.
GALA creates a space where ability is dictated not by one’s limitations, but by being the best that one can be. It is a testament to the beauty of the individual.
+ The annual 24-Hour Playwriting Competition is back!
30 – 31 July 2016 at Gillman Barracks
Art, history and heritage come together to form an inspiring backdrop for TheatreWorks’ 24-Hour Playwriting Competition 2016! Immerse yourself and let your writing be inspired by this unique blend of art, history and heritage at Gillman Barracks.
+ Writing from the Heart Playwriting Workshop 2016
18 – 23 July 2016 at 72-13
After the successful editions of the Writing from the Heart playwriting workshops in 2014 and 2015, TheatreWorks is pleased to present the 2016 edition this July. Conducted by Tony Perez, renowned playwright and novelist from the Philippines, these workshops comprises a series of interactive hands-on exercises designed to enable participants to discover their inner self and creativity in exploring the basics of playwriting.
+ Under the Volcano
By Bumi Purnati Indonesia
21 – 23 April 2016
TheatreWorks presents its latest international production Under the Volcano by Bumi Purnati Indonesia. Based on one of nature’s deadliest disaster that killed over 30,000 people, this gripping dance-drama relives the devastation and rehabilitation following the disaster. The message of Under the Volcano, one that connects all natural disasters in the world is as true today as it was in 1883: To survive in this world one must depend on the help of others.
+ Writer’s Lab comes to the community: Performance Tour 2016
A TheatreWorks Writers’ Lab Community Project in partnership with the South East Community Development Council
TheatreWorks Writers’ Lab is kicking off 2016 with a performance tour of Between Consciousness!
Written by Isaac Lim, Between Consciousness is the winning script for the 24-Hour Playwriting Competition (Open Category). Join us as it tours various locations in the South East District from 25 February 2016 to 19 March 2016. This tour is directed by Thong Pei Qin and performed by Al-Matin Yatim and Ivan Lim, with set design by Gerald Leow.
+ RE/PLAY Dance Edit
By Junnosuke Tada and with collaborator Kitamari
17 – 20 February 2016
In collaboration with Offsite Dance Project (Japan), TheatreWorks presents RE/PLAY Dance Edit by Junnosuke Tada and with collaborator Kitamari. RE/PLAY Dance Edit explores the intent and meaning of re-production through bodily repetition of physical movements. Using pop music, the performers dance until they collapse in exhaustion – and then they get up and do it again, each choreographer-dancer taking a turn at their own approach to the performance. In this production under the aegis of Tada’s direction, the very foundation and meaning of dance is examined, performance as a format is subverted, and a fresh perspective on dance and performance emerges.