Singapore Theatre in 2017

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Singapore Theatre in 2017 is created by Centre 42 as an attempt to document all local theatre productions in the year 2017 in a timeline, as a visual representation of the vibrancy of the Singapore theatre scene. Singapore Theatre in 2017 was exhibited in the Centre 42 courtyard from 14 December 2017 to 31 January 2018.

Responding to public feedback, the panels have been revised. At this point, they capture 133 dramatic works that were staged in 2017.

Click on the PDF below to view the timeline.

Singapore Theatre in 2017

Panels last updated 28 March 2018.

If you discover productions missing from the timeline, have any suggestions or spot any errors, please write to us at info@centre42.sg.


Additional Information

Singapore Theatre in 2017 is supplemented with information from the following Centre 42 initiatives:

  • The Repository is a digital archive of Singapore theatre ephemera. Several productions in the timeline which are restagings of earlier works are accompanied by images of Repository artefacts from these prior stagings.
  • Citizens’ Reviews is a critical writing programme. Productions in the timeline which have been reviewed by a Citizen Reviewer have been marked with “CR”.

Special Thanks

Singapore Theatre in 2017 is created by Centre 42.

DESIGN & LAYOUT
Daniel Teo

RESEARCH
Gwen Pew
Ma Yanling
Daniel Teo

SPECIAL THANKS TO
Max Yam (Arts Republic)
Ke Weiliang

REPOSITORY ARTEFACTS
Checkpoint Theatre
Drama Box
I Theatre
Singapore Repertory Theatre
Teater Ekamatra
The Finger Players
The Necessary Stage
The Theatre Practice
Toy Factory Productions
W!ld Rice


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Year in Review 2017
What were the performances that captivated you and what were the ones that left you cold in 2017? As the year draws to a close, we invite you to revisit the local productions staged in 2017 with critics from Centre 42’s critical writing platform Citizens’ Reviews and online arts publication ArtsEquator. Join us in the Living Room as the panel of seven reviewers discuss and debate the best and the most disappointing productions, performances, design, and other theatrical experiences they
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