Key Words1950's, Accident, Belonging, Clash of Loyalties, Friendship, Idealism, Ideals, Nation Building, Political History, Post-War, Poverty, Protest, Racial Riots, Road to Independence, Self-Discovery, Singapore, Social Change, Social Memory, Social Realism, Tragedy, Undergraduates,
For the first time, the racial chaos that shook Singapore in the 1950’s will be put directly and dramatically on stage. Explicit and daring, this thought-provoking play traces the friendship of four young men and their tragic choices as Singapore took its crucial first step towards independence. A play which will be long-remembered and much talked about.
Presented as part of the Singapore Festival of Arts 1994.
Victoria Theatre, Singapore, Singapore
25 June - 3 July 1994
Director: Writer: Composer:
Lena AngSet Design:
Justin HillLight Design: Costume Design:
Hayden NgSound Design: Projection Design: Hair Design:
Ashley LimMake-up Design:
Joseph NgLead Performers: Featured Performers:
Ahamed Ali Khan, B K Toh, Christopher Townsend, D T Maran, Hajar Ashikin Md Aiksan, Jacinta Moses, Janice Koh, Joe Lazarie Rachmatt, K Rajagopal, Nicholas Chan, Ong Eng Chye, P Arumugan Puvaneswari, Patricia Browning, Sharon Lim, Sheila Wyatt, Tang Fu Kuen, Yasmeen Hameed, Zamry Kamis, Zulkassim b Daud.Producer:
Tay Tong.Production & Stage Management:
Lucilla Teoh, Terence Tay.Technical Management:
Lim Yu Beng, Derek Khoo.Lighting:
Tan Keng Hwee.Sound:
Jacinta Loo, Paul Chan.Business Management & Public Relations:
Michele Lim.Promotion & Publicity:
Goh Eck Kheng, IMMORTAL Design, Neo Kim Seng, Verena Tay, Wee Khim.Front of House:
Dahlia Osman, Gareth Chung, Geraldine Lau, Jeannie Ho, Jeanmay Ho.
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