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Connections 2019

A workgroup creating concrete solutions for inclusivity in education.

In February, Connections 2019 had our first panel discussion. A fruitful dialogue ensued, and now we find ourselves thinking, “What’s next?”

Join us for a workgroup session, where we look at the issue of inclusivity in our education landscape from different perspectives. Applied drama activities will be used to explore gaps and solutions.

The discussions in the workgroup will be crafted into a report to be published. With your valuable experience, insights, and research, we can all play a part to make Singapore’s education landscape more inclusive.

If you are an educator, a researcher, a parent, a person with disability, or just someone who truly believes in an inclusive education landscape, join us!

The workgroup will be conducted by SDEA member and applied theatre practitioner, Michael Cheng.

Date:
19 March 2019
Time:
10AM
Venue:
The Gallery

Not in My Lifetime?

Not in My Lifetime? is an inclusive theatre performance, which explores the special education system in Singapore through the experiences of the teachers working in the sector.

Conceived by director Tan Beng Tian in collaboration with a team of creatives from diverse backgrounds and experiences in theatre making, the production aims to cater equally to both non-disabled people and persons with disabilities.

Audience members can look forward to an intimate and homely experience while they move around the theatre space together with the performers as the story unfolds. Through an interactive and engaging approach, the multi-talented performers will share candid anecdotes about the other education system in Singapore, one which is supposed to be ‘special’.

Date:
5 - 17 March 2019
Time:
3:00 PM (Sat & Sun)
8:00 PM (Tue – Sat)
Venue:
Black Box

Beware Of The Bears

Gloobaloo & Friends will be exploring the well-loved fairy tale of Goldilocks and the Three Bears.

The audience will find out why Goldilocks wandered into the Bears house without permission while learning about respect and forgiveness in this musical extravaganza with Gloobaloo & Friends!

Date:
13 - 15 March 2019
Time:
10:00 AM
Venue:
Theatre
Rates:
Early Bird Rate: 23 SGD
Between 11-30pax: 22 SGD
Between 31-60pax: 21 SGD
Between 61-100pax: 20 SGD
Above 100pax: 19 SGD
Big Boat Partner Rate : 19 SGD (Min. purchase of 11 and above)
Live Stage Partner Rate: 18 SGD (Min. purchase of 11 and above)
Original Price: 25 SGD

For King & Country - Burn the Ships World Tour 2019

GRAMMY award-winning for KING & COUNTRY is comprised of Aussie-born and Nashville Tennessee-raised brothers Joel and Luke Smallbone and known for their soaring melodies driving rhythms theatrical instrumentation and personal themes.

Join for KING & COUNTRY for their debut Singapore performance at the Gateway Theatre where they’ll perform music from their 3rd studio album 'burn the ships'. Experience this energetic diverse and inspirational concert featuring the uplifting title track ‘burn the ships’ and the infectious anthem ‘joy’ as well as previous hits like ‘Fix My Eyes’, ‘Shoulders’ and ‘Priceless’.

A special Pre-Show Meet & Greet package is also available where you will get to meet the band before anyone else does! The privileges of this package include (A) Pre-show exclusive meet & greet (B) Pre-show exclusive photo session (C) Pre-show exclusive autograph session (D) Pre-show priority entry into auditorium (E) Pre-show early access to merchandise

Date:
11 February 2019
Time:
7:30pm
Venue:
Theatre

NATPU - The Eternal Bond of True Friendship

In this present-day jet age, a true friend is one who is the most difficult to find and keep. We have hundreds of friends, both online and offline, but only the really lucky ones get to meet that one friend and companion who will stay by their side, no matter what happens in their lives.

Natpu not only aims to offer our audience a spectacular dance experience with vibrant music and movements, but also a warm message through our production. To be a part of Natpu, do purchase the tickets early by dropping a message!

Date:
26 January 2019
Time:
7:30pm
Venue:
Theatre

Origins Interschool 2019

We are back for the second year running for Origins: Interschool with both Bboy and Hip-hop category! Also, in collaboration with RF Jam 2018, the 7-to-smoke Bboy SG Qualifier will be held as well so come through and show your support to the dancers that will be battling it out!

Interschool serves as a platform for new and upcoming dancers to comfortable enter and experience the unique culture and community of Hip-hop we have in Singapore. Its intention is to foster inter-institutional bonds through healthy competition and facilitate deeper cohesion between experienced and fresh members of the dance scene.

Date:
26 January 2019
Time:
12 – 2pm
Venue:
Dance Studio and Black Box
Participant:
$18/Pax (Early Bird, by 14th December)
$22/Pax (15th December till 25th January 2019)
Audience:
$15/Pax

Faith in Fatih

While being in captivity in his own kingdom, the long-lost prince discovered his forgotten past – the path to peace and glory, filled with sacrifices, pain and piety. Through songs of power, hope, love and deceit, let the drums and music lead you on a journey destined for greatness.

The Tell-A-Tale of Faith In Fatih is a concert featuring original music and story by Nadi Singapura.

Performed by: Nadi Singapura, OrkeStar Trio, Din Safari and Aidil Akmal. Featuring: Nizarfauzi Norlie, Ridwan Ramli, Fadli Ramli, Rose Handayani, Shahirah Saad and Riduan Zalani
Original Story: Riduan Zalani
Playwright: Zulfadli Rashid
Original Music: Riduan Zalani, Alhafiz Jamat and Ismahairie Putra Ishak
Show Director: Riduan Zalani

Date:
15 December 2018
Time:
8:00pm
Venue:
Theatre

DF Academy Concert

On December 9th, come celebrate dance and film with DF Academy as they present their movie themed dance production - ”D-Films”. This 2 hour concert puts a fun twist to blockbuster hits such as “Black Panther”, “50 Shades of Grey” and “Inception”, and features popular Hip-Hop and K-Pop songs of all times.

Whether you enjoy movies filled with hope, humour or horror, audiences will get to see what happens when their favourite films get injected with a touch of swag.

Don’t miss this onetime event!

Date:
9 December 2018
Time:
7:30pm
Venue:
Theatre

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is a ballet for kids which was created by remarkable Russian choreographer Genrikh Mayorov in 1975. This story is a German fairy tale written by the Brothers Grimm about beautiful King’s daughter, her evil stepmother and funny dwarfs and lovely forest animals. The story is about Princess - Snow White ,she takes refuge in the forest in the house of seven dwarfs to hide from her stepmother, the wicked Queen. The Queen is jealous because she wants to be known as "the fairest in the land," but Snow White's beauty surpasses her own.

Beautiful fairytale about victory of the Friendship, Kindness and Love above Envy and Cruelty. This story will be a wonderful gift for children and their parents.

Production of the Premier School of Russian Ballet. Little Dance Academy. Performing by Little Dance Academy Dancers ,students as young as 3 years of age.

Choreography: Genrikh Mayorov, Adaptation by Elena Kanevskaia & Alexandr Savitski
Music: Bogdan Pavlovsky
Libretto: Elena Kanevskaia (based upon the book by the Brothers Grimm)
Performing: Premier School of Russian Ballet. Little Dance Academy

Date:
1 December 2018
Time:
4:30pm
Venue:
Theatre

Colosseum

Colosseum is a Contemporary Dance Festival started with the motivation to bring locals a taste of international contemporary dance artistes and their styles. This year, we will be seeing the artistry of 4 celebrity dance figures from USA – Sabrina Phillip, Theresa Stone, Audrey Case and Will Thomas. Through various programmes aimed at different appetites for Dance, Colosseum provides mentorship programmes for the hardcore dancers, workshops for the recreational to semi-professional dancers as well as a final showcase for spectators. The gathering of participants from all walks of life also acts as a means for participants to find community and connections in this craft.

This final showcase brings together on the same stage celebrity dance figures Sabrina Phillip, Theresa Stone, ABstrakt Beings, Audrey Case and Will Thomas. Performing alongside them are TRDO Company and local talents from the Mentorship programme.

Date:
30 November 2018
Time:
8pm
Venue:
Black Box

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