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This Is What Happens To Pretty Girls

“Each year we try and finish our season with something either lighter or a musical with a kicker of a story. This year, we found both in Urinetown.”
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“Each year we try and finish our season with something either lighter or a musical with a kicker of a story. This year, we found both in Urinetown.”

Pangdemonium ends its 2019 season with a splash – Urinetown: The Musical gleefully takes the piss out of politicians, populism, “people power”, capitalism, corporate corruption, and musicals themselves! 20 years on, Urinetown continues to catapult musical theatre into a new dimension with its demented – yet uncannily familiar – depiction of a dystopian world, outrageous songs and a cunning knack of making you laugh ‘til you wet your pants. Urinetown is set in a fictional “most expensive city in the world”, where a cross-border water crisis has led to a government ban on private lavatories. The woeful water shortage sees the…
‘This Is What Happens To Pretty Girls’ Tackles Issues On Sexual Assault And Consent
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‘This Is What Happens To Pretty Girls’ Tackles Issues On Sexual Assault And Consent

Unabashedly bold and brutally honest, Director Tracie Pang and Playwright Ken Kwek present This Is What Happens To Pretty Girls, held at the Drama Centre Theatre till Sunday, 26 May 2019. Provocative and polarizing, Ken Kwek’s original work draws inspiration from the #MeToo movement. Flitting back and forth between storylines, the play follows four different pairs of characters whose lives intertwine and converge with one another at some point during the play: Undergrad Sean (Thomas Pang) and lecturer Amanda (Oon Shu An) embark in a risky relationship; Natasha (Tess Pang), a new hire at a company, and her team leader…
Quick Beats: Events for May 2019
Quick Beats

Quick Beats: Events for May 2019

This May, get ready for a wholesome line-up of events – from music concerts and festivals, to art events and stand-up! Here’s what you can look forward to this month! 1 May – Mayday Festival ROAM Singapore’s biggest underground music festival – Mayday Festival – is back for another, bigger and better than before! The festival features artistes including Mayday Parade, With Confidence and ROAM! Mayday FestivalDate: Wednesday, 1 May 2019Time: 2pm-10pmVenue: [email protected] Singapore, 1 Venture Avenue, Singapore 608521Tickets start at $79. For more information, visit http://www.maydaysg.com 2 May – Atul Khatri Live in Singapore Atul Khatri – one of…
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