THE WRITERS' LAB
Writers’ Lab goes to the Community
The Good Farmer
Performance Tour to the South East District from 8 to 24 March 2018
The Good Farmer is a winning play of the 24-Hour Playwriting Competition 2017 (Open Category) and is presented as part of TheatreWorks' Writers' Laboratory Writing & Community programme in partnership with the South East Community Development Council.
Jacob Teo and Joseph Teo, identical twins but born minutes apart. Jacob on 30th June and Joseph on 1st July. Out of convenience, their birthdays were celebrated on the same day each year on 1st July… starting from when they were 11, the year they were separated into EM1 and EM2, all the way till adulthood.
One child excelled in his studies while the other struggled to keep up. Average Jacob Teo versus Public Service Commission scholar Joseph Teo.
Was it favouritism or inferiority complex that made them different? And what happens when one child goes missing? The Good Farmer, brings up questions that many people choose not to answer.
Reserve your tickets at: thegoodfarmer2018.eventbrite.sg
Performed in English
There will be a post-show dialouge after each performance
Marine Parade Community Centre, Theatrette
8 Mar, Thu, 8pm
9 Mar, Fri, 8pm
10 Mar, Sat, 3pm & 8pm
Mountbatten Community Centre, Performance Centre
15 Mar, Thu, 8pm
16 Mar, Fri, 8pm
17 Mar, Sat, 3pm & 8pm
SingPost Centre, Theatrette
23 Mar, Fri, 3pm & 8pm
24 Mar, Sat, 3pm & 8pm
Written by Christopher Chee
Directed by Grace Kalaiselvi
Performed by Desmond Soh & Jeramy Lim
Sound Design by Vick Low
Lighting Design: stev.e kwek | ARTFACTORY
For more information, please visit: thegoodfarmer2018.wordpress.com
About the TheatreWorks Writers’ Lab Writing & Community programme
The presentation of Mixed is part of TheatreWorks' Writing & Community programme in partnership with the South East Community Development Council to nurture and develop new playwrights from the community. Writing & Community is a holistic, unique writing programme that serves the community through harnessing the talents and creativity in the community.
Writing & Community is a strand of TheatreWorks Engagement to encourage audience appreciation of the Arts, and deepen the knowledge of its patrons as well as stakeholders.
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