Identifying the art and culture of the nation is one of the best approaches to know about its history in detail. The culture is the quality of enlightenment and also refinement from an acquaintance with and the overall concern for excellent in arts, manners, letters and other important things. The culture is the main pillar of the development and sustenance of all communities. There is no possibility for the progress of the society in the absence of the culture.
Art is a diverse range of activities of human for creating auditory, visual or performing artifacts expressing the conceptual ideas, imaginative things and technical skills of the author. Art is intended to be appreciated for its emotional power or beauty. The culture is the identity where the common attitudes, values, knowledge and preferences are attributed to the overall behavior in the social group. The culture has the best influence …
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Theatre legend and OBE Braham Murray will be directing this year’s SRT Shakespeare in the Park performance: The Tempest at Fort Canning. Murray was one of five founding Artistic Directors of the highly acclaimed Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester. He was also the longest serving founder, starting in 1976 and retiring in 2012. The Royal Exchange has always had a reputation for working with young actors before they attained fame. Kate Winslet, Hugh Grant, David Tennant, Michael Sheen and Andrew Garfield all appeared at the Royal Exchange before starring in film and television roles.
With over 100 works under his belt, Braham looks forward to The Tempest coming to Singapore and speaks to The Muse about why casting is 85% of the job.
“Over the years teachers have told me that when their students have seen a really good production of Shakespeare it makes the task of teaching them so
The Stage Club presented Don’t Dress for Dinner, a sequel to Marc Camoletti’s signature hit Boeing-Boeing, featuring more farcical adventures of the two main characters Robert and Bernard.
The play opens regularly enough. Bernard (Santhosh Kumar Seetharaman) and his wife Jacqueline (Neena Khattar) are getting ready for separate weekends in their renovated farmhouse just outside of Paris; Jacqueline is spending the weekend with her mother and thinks Bernard is spending a quiet weekend at home. He is, however, really spending the weekend with his mistress Suzanne (Ruth Mannion), a chic Parisian model. He has also hired Cordon Bleu chef Suzette (Jane Grafton) to help with dinner and invited his best friend Robert (Srinivas Subramanian) to the house as an alibi.
Bernard’s plans quickly fall apart when Jacqueline stumbles upon the fact that he has invited Robert to spend the weekend at their house. She cancels her weekend plans …
In its fourth year, the Release series initiated by Maya Dance Theatre has become an opportunity for the young company to discover new talent. While most local contemporary dance companies have similar platforms, the others tend to operate under a different model. They focus on honing the skills of a dedicated and select group of young dance artists under each company’s unique aesthetic. Maya on the other hand has opted for variety, selecting their emerging choreographers from an international open call. This has resulted in a rather interesting line up for this year’s Release 4.0 featuring dance artists from Israel, India and South Korea. Besides getting dance artists from these exotic locations to present their works, this year’s release also gives focus to regional and local choreographers who have been making headway in their careers. German-based Malaysian choreographer, Raymond Liew, is one such example. Having studied at the renowned Folkwang …
One of the best things about contemporary dance is its ability to incorporate and highlight the expressions of daily life. Most forms of art reflect life and dance is no exception. But no genre reflects it quite as plainly as contemporary dance. Contemporary dance has the ability to celebrate the everyday, placing significance on the nuanced complexities of our ordinary lives which are not immediately apparent.
Raw Moves’ 2015 edition of their repertory platform, R.e.P, features two works that move in this direction. The performance will be a double bill consisting of works by Chang Chien-Hao from Taiwan and Ebelle Chong from Singapore. There is definitely a lot to cheer about because one is a very current choreographer who has been creating seminal works that have been performed worldwide, while the other is a choreographer who is re-emerging after a long hiatus.
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The recent loss of Mr. Lee Kuan Yew will mark this a particularly poignant and emotional year for those of us in Singapore. Our thoughts and reflections will turn to the past and to the journey that Singapore as a nation underwent to be where it is today.
The productions that had been planned to celebrate Singapore’s 50th anniversary will now take on a new raw significance, as we look to art in the little red dot, to tie us back to ideas of nation hood, solidarity and what it means to be part of Singapore.
From April 9th – 25th, W!LD Rice will open a year-long imagiNATION season that has been planned to celebrate Singapore’s 50th and W!LD Rice’s 15th anniversary. Each of the five new productions will take on a theme built around the stars of the Singapore flag.The first production, Henrik Ibsen’s powerful classic Public Enemy, will …