ADN Event Series 2021-22 is a collection of public panels, roundtable critical responses and closed-door discussions taking place in 2021 and 2022, in lieu of the conventional conference mode held in one location. This series continues the network’s desire to regularly bring together dramaturgs and arts-practitioners from the ADN community and in and beyond the region for knowledge exchange and collective inquiry into dramaturgical knowledge and practice in Asia.
JENG JENG JENG…! Year in Review is back!
Where did 2021 go? How did the year unravel, and where have we arrived at?
In a year where the arts has had to acquiesce to multiple rules, hopeful for a return to normalcy, 2021 had us hurtling through an unknown abyss of multiple emotions best captured through this year’s theme: JENG JENG JENG!
From anticipation, to tentative excitement, shock, surprise and even the indescribable, our beloved colloquialism JENG JENG JENG covers it all. Into its
Purana Residences allegorizes Indian mythology as a residential apartment, inhabited by well-known legendary characters. The play scrutinizes a variety of situations faced by numerous married couples from Indian epics, legends and folktales, albeit with a modern-day lens. In doing so, the play explores the relevance of these stories to our contemporary world. Does modernity compel us to reread these stories in new ways, thus interrupting the grand narratives of tradition and culture? Or are we repeatin
8 October 2021 | 8:00 - 10:00pm
Black Box, 42 Waterloo St
Purana Residences is a by-invitation only presentation, please fill in the form above to register for an invitation if you would like to attend. You will receive an invitation email from Centre 42 confirming your seat.
Following the announcement of renovations to 42 Waterloo Street from May 2020, we would like to invite fellow arts-makers to reflect on the past six years of Centre 42’s existence, and to share how much Centre 42 means to us.
Love Letters to 42 is a loving tribute to Centre 42, comprising love letters from different individuals, to be collected and organised as an online repository of personal reflections and memories associated with Centre 42 and the iconic blue house on 42 Waterloo Street.&
How do we make sense of 2020? Year in Review 2020 is an invitation to the Singapore theatre community to gather and unpack this year, to try and make meaning, or to just find a space to decompress.
For some, this year has been a journey of opportunity and learning; for others, a year of unwanted change and a yearning for the way it was before. It’s been described as a pause, a loss, an unlearning and more. How have we been impacted, as art makers and workers, to audiences and supporters? How have yo
Centre 42 is turning SIX on 21 Apr 2020! Come celebrate with us on Zoom with a reading of “WRITES” by Robin Loon – originally performed at our opening – and a toast to mark the occasion.
Our sixth birthday was supposed to have panned out differently.
Since we were returning 42 Waterloo Street to the National Arts Council on 1 May, 21 Apr was supposed to be a last hurrah in the blue house before we moved out. Planned with over 20 artists and friends, our sixth birthday would’ve been an evenin