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Shakespeare in the Park 2018
Dates: From 2nd to 27th May 2018
Prices: From $45 (group concessions and F&B packages available) Venue: Fort Canning Park
Ticketing: SISTIC at 6348 5555 or www.srt.com.sg/show/juliuscaesar
The Father is a theatrically thrilling exploration of a 70-year-old man’s deteriorating mind as he sinks under the frightening weight of dementia. The audience walks in Andre’s shoes as his perception of the world around him starts to warp and crumble. Part family drama and part mind-bending puzzle, The Father is told with gripping suspense and brutal honesty as it illustrates who Andre becomes as his mental faculties start to fracture. THE FATHER is one of the most ingenious pieces of writing we have come across in recent years. While it is a devastating and compassionate study of dementia, it is first and foremost a brilliant piece of drama: gripping, emotionally-charged and thought-provoking. For more information, click here
DBS-Pangdemonium NextGen Education Programme
The DBS-Pangdemonium NextGen Education Programme provides learning opportunities with industry professionals with the mission of cultivating the next generation of theatre practitioners. Here is our line up for 2018.
The Write Here Write Now Playwriting Mentorship is a year-long one-on-one mentorship with Stephanie Street to write a full length play. Stephanie Street is Pangdemonium’s Playwright-in-Residence and also wrote Dragonflies, commissioned by the Singapore International Festival of the Arts (SIFA) in 2017. Dragonflies will also be restaged by Pangdemonium this year, as part of their 2018 season.
For those who like to sing, dance and act, we have the Triple Threats Musical Theatre Workshop – an intensive 2-week long training session in June mentored by US-trained actor and professional Musical Theatre teacher Caleb Goh, and Musical Director Joanne Ho. It will culminate in a showcase for friends and family! This workshop is for 13 – 19 year olds only.
For more information, visit http://www.pangdemonium.com/education