The Woman In A Tree On A Hill (2001)

1 June 2001 – 2 June 2001 @ Jubilee Hall, Raffles Hotel

Synopsis

By weaving the tales of Mr. & Mrs Noah, Nu Wa, Chinese Goddess of Creation and Marriage, and Nora and Norman, Ovidia Yu's The Woman In A Tree On The Hill explores love, oppression, violence and freedom. It explodes the myths and archetypes surrounding man and woman, subverts preconceived notions of the age-old battle of the sexes and makes a compelling case for reclaiming an individual perspective. All this, set against the backdrop of a global environmental holocaust.

Conceived & Directed: Ivan Heng
Playwright: Ovidia Yu

Performers: Claire Wong, Foo May Lyn
Visual Artists: Amanda Heng, Tan Kai Syng 

(Source: National Arts Council Programme)


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credits

Ivan Heng
Conceptualizer, Director
Ovidia Yu
Playwright
Amanda Heng
Visual Artist
Tan Kai Syng
Visual Artist

artefacts

Singapore Arts Festival (2001), Programme
Programme for Singapore Arts Festival (2001). 
National Arts Council
Recorded: 31 May 2001