Sandbox#1 – Readings from TheatreWorks’ Writers’ Lab 2007

Fortunately, some of my stuff will be read this month at TheatreWorks. Drop in if you’re free!

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Sandbox#1 – Readings from TheatreWorks’ Writers’ Lab 2007

Sandbox#1 will showcase new and revised works (and works-in-progress) from TheatreWorks’ Writers’ Lab – read by a cast of young actors and seasoned actors Karen Tan, Nora Samosir and Serene Chen.

11 & 14 May 2007 (Friday & Monday), 8pm
12 May 2007 (Saturday), 4pm
Venue: 72-13 (72-13 Mohamed Sultan Road, Singapore 239007. The off-white two-storey building beside The Pier condominium)

Free admission. Call 6737 7213 or email tworks@singnet. com.sg to reserve a seat.

11 May 2007, Friday, 8pm

10 Phone Calls – written by Faralina Mohamed Ali, Cheryl Lee, Yak Aik Wee & Zaza Amir [curated and dramaturged by Robin Loon]

House is Not A Home – written by Cheryl Lee, Leon Lim, Yak Aik Wee & Zaza Amir [curated and dramaturged by Robin Loon]

Snap Shots – written by Alvin Lim, Faralina Mohamed Ali, Leon Lim & Zaza Amir [curated and dramaturged by Robin Loon]

To And Fro – written by Peggy Ferroa [dramaturged by Robin Loon]

Up And Down – written by Yak Aik Wee [dramaturged by Robin Loon]

12 May 2007, Saturday, 4pm

Someday, Samsara (a fragment) – written by Bryan Tan

New Breastissues – written by Ovidia Yu

Geisha – written by Robin Loon

14 May 2007, Monday, 8pm

Almost Heaven (excerpts) – written by Alvin Lim (dramaturged by Robin Loon)

Happy At Eccles (excerpts) – written by Yak Aik Wee (dramaturged by Robin Loon)

Shahjahanabad (excerpts) – written by Leon Lim (dramaturged by Robin Loon)

Happy Together – written by Chew Boon Leong

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