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A Perfect Person

You've seen them. You've heard them. You've touched them. Now meet them, live in person. Join TRDOco once again as we journey into the social media realm to connect with the generation's top social media applications - in human forms. In this immersive dance experience, join us for a good laugh while you ponder upon the question if social media was a person, how would he/she feel and would they be anything like the “perfect people” who use them?

Date:
24 & 25 May 2019
Time:
8PM
Venue:
Black Box

Snow White

We are thrilled to announce our Annual Ballet Performance this year is scheduled to take place on Saturday 25th May 2019 at the Gateway Theatre with 2 performances at 2pm and 4.30pm.

Every year we stage a large scale Ballet Performance at an Outside Venue, in order to give students the opportunity to perfect their training and perform on the big stage. Snow White is based on the German fairytale by the Brothers Grimm. It tells the classic story of the princess and her stepmother, the evil queen, who is envious of Snow White’s beauty, and also features the well-known cast of characters including the seven dwarfs, the huntsman, and the handsome prince as well as the magic mirror and poisoned apple.

Date:
25 May 2019
Time:
2PM and 4.30PM
Venue:
Theatre

Dhaara

Swarna Kala Mandir (SKM) proudly presents to you Dhaara-the divine rainfall. This thematic dance production will have elements of both Bharathanatyam and Kathak and will be accompanied with live music by our amazing local musicians. Professional dancers, freelancers, company dancers and students of SKM will also be a part of this production.

Date:
19 May 2019
Time:
7:30PM
Venue:
Black Box

Peter and the Wolf

Very Special Theatrics is back again with their latest inclusive production, Peter & The Wolf!

Set in a farm and surrounding fields, the story focuses on Peter’s brave attempt to save a hungry wolf from some hunters. The play will also feature some of Peter's animal friends who help in his adventure.

Watch as our storyteller, actors and music composer come together to bring this classic tale to life!

This is an inclusive theatre production. The shows are relaxed performances and will have Audio Description provided. It is also accessible to wheelchair users.

This production is organised by Very Special Arts Singapore Ltd (VSA), A charity dedicated to provide individuals with special needs access to the arts. VSA is affiliated to the National Council of Social Service in Singapore (NCSS) and VSA – The International Organization on Arts and Disability in United States. VSA was first launched in Singapore by Ambassador-at-large Professor Tommy Koh on 27 September 1993.

Date:
18 May 2019
Time:
2PM, 4PM
Venue:
Black Box

Danz People Kids Recital 2019: Hip Hop Hooray

A night of hip-hop extravaganza - presented with infectious energy and story-telling dance techniques, by our Danz People's Kidz! They will show you how to make a statement and be proud of who you are.

Date:
11 May 2019
Time:
7:30PM
Venue:
Black Box

Kutrala Kuravanji

KUTRALA KURAVANJI is a celebrated Tamil poem composed circa 1718 by Tirikkuda Rasappa Kavirayar. This much revered literary text is going to be brought to life by Bhaskar’s Arts Academy in the form of a dance-drama production.

It tells the story of Princess Vasanthavalli who has fallen deeply in love with Kutralanathar, the presiding deity of the temple in Kutralam. After hearing of his glory from her friends (sakhis), she dreams of him all the time and becomes inconsolable. Meanwhile, a gypsy woman (Kurathi) finds her way to the palace and through some astute observations wins over the pining Princess. She proceeds to “read” the Princess’ palm and foresees a grand wedding of the Princess and the one who has stolen her heart. The overjoyed Princess showers the kurathi with precious gifts. Kutrala Kuravanji is choreographed by resident choreographer Ambujah Thiru under the artistic direction of Santha Bhaskar.

Date:
11 May 2019
Time:
7:30PM
Venue:
Theatre

Tribes

The Angelina Tay School of Belly Dance presents “Tribes”, their 8th bellydance concert in support of the Lupus Association Singapore. Created with lots of love, the show unites different "tribes" with a common passion and a common belief to support the charity. “Tribes” is a celebration of dance, with different groups featuring different dance styles coming together in a special showcase with a shared mission to raise awareness for the lesser-known auto-immune disesase, Lupus, and the patient-led patient support charity, the Lupus Association Singapore.

Date:
1 May 2019
Time:
3PM
Venue:
Black Box

HEX

Our very first production happening on 27th April!

Resembling the honeycomb, we will be showcasing our efforts that we have put into our students for the past year/s.

This means a lot to us. We hope to see you guys there at our humble production brought to you by the 5 drillers Hanafi , Ryezal, Neo Ce Zheng, Robin Teh and Rahim. We are keeping it small because it's our first and we want our audience to experience this in a more close up feel.

An hour of show, followed by 2 hours of party. Apart from just dance, we want to inspire people through music too. We hope to give ya all good music and dance the night away with us after our performance.

Date:
27 April 2019
Time:
7:30PM
Venue:
Black Box

Out Of Nothing

“Long before your time…” Remember that familiar line? Everyone has a colourful story to tell of days gone by. Join the acting students from the Lasalle Diploma in Performance Level 1, as they consider their own family histories and share the most juicy, the most heart-wrenching, or the most joyful anecdotes. Reflecting on the legendary history of Bukit Merah, these budding actors will dig into their personal pasts to devise, write and perform a monologue that will provoke your own memories.

Out of Nothing is supported by Gateway Academy as part of its newly launched School-in-Residence programme. The stories will be performed in various spaces around Gateway Theatre.

Date:
12 - 13 April 2019
Time:
8PM
Venue:
Theatre

Esta Noche 2019

“Trạm Cuối - The Final Stop” is a contemporary drama that explores the human perceptions of death. Death speaks a universal language that encapsulates the basis of one's existence; and the fear of death, in the most critical of time, can be an important wake-up call for change.

Based on the encounter of three different characters with a personification of Death, the story sets the stage for a series of individual ponderation upon the meaning of their last day on earth. “What if there won’t be a tomorrow?”.

On this long ride of life that is approaching its final stop, could we alight unregretfully, or had we lost sight of our baggage - our truest emotions, our dreams and hopes, our loved ones? In one’s relentless search through his own imagination for an answer, one experiences the emotional upheavals of nostalgia, failing hopes and sudden realisation of the precious time one has left.

Date:
6 April 2019
Time:
7PM
Venue:
Black Box

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