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The Remembering Resource (II): A ROAD LESS TRAVELLED (Panel Discussion)

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The Arts House

1 Old Parliament Lane

Singapore, 179429

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An intergenerational dialogue session on Theatre OX, theatre-making and actor training, by trailblazers and emerging practitioners.

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About the Encounter

What does it mean to forge a new path in the pursuit of craft?

Is there a need for a kind of theatre with actors at its core?

What is the work of a performer?

We invite you to join T. Sasitharan, Alvin Chiam, Nelson Chia and Sabrina Sng as we investigate Theatre OX, what lies at the heart of theatre-making and actor training.

为追求更高技艺而开辟的新道路 - 这意味着什么?

我们需要以演员为核心的剧场吗?

表演者的工作是什么?

我们邀请您与沙喜.达然、谭辉振、谢燊杰及孙雅皪一起探讨关于老牛剧场的同时,想想什么是剧场创作和演员训练的核心?

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In-venue & live stream online (registration is needed), Free/By donation of any amount

Language: English (Mandarin interpretation if needed)

现场呈献 及 线上呈献 (需报名),免费/乐捐

语言:英语 (若需要,我们将提供华语翻译)

The Panel

T. SASITHARAN, Co-founder and Director of Intercultural Theatre Institute

NELSON CHIA, Artistic Director of Nine Years Theatre

SABRINA SNG, Theatre Practitioner

ALVIN CHIAM, Artistic Director of Le Jeu Studio

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The Arts House

1 Old Parliament Lane

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Organiser Grain Performance & Research Lab

Organiser of The Remembering Resource (II): A ROAD LESS TRAVELLED (Panel Discussion)

Headed by Artistic Director Beverly Yuen, Grain PR Lab comprises artists, scholars, and managers from diverse fields, with a strong focus on developing cross-disciplinary works with intellectual and experiential engagement for the audience.

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To build a quality repertoire of physical and poetic theatre, set within transcultural and cross-disciplinary contexts, supported by a strong focus on research in performance anthropology and cultural policies.

VISION

To create performances engaging with transcendental aesthetics, through works developed on principles of humanism within transcultural contexts.

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