再见爱

Please support 《再见爱》 re:kindle love, a Mandarin theatre musical I’m involved in. Am taking photos that will be featured in the musical. Early Bird tickets on sale till 15 Jan!

Re:Kindle Love (Show Only)
«再 见 爱»Re:Kindle Love
西方情人节与农历正月初一体验一场精致温馨的中文音乐剧
First ever Mandarin Dinner-Musical experience in Singapore

Re:Kindle Love «再 见 爱 » is a tale about promised love that is destroyed under devastating circumstances. The story revolves around a young man and the various complexities which he faces with three women from different generations. It celebrates the optimism and hope that springs from true love, which is shared by a courageous man with those whom he loves during the journey of his life. But most of all, Re:Kindle Love «再 见 爱 » reminds us to cherish our present and our lives and to stay positive no matter how tough the going gets.

The special moments and songs that we have created for Re:Kindle Love
«再 见 爱 » will warm each and every heart this coming 2010 Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day!

Additional Information

The Arts House and Ko-Nen Creative
The Hall

5-7, 9-11 Feb 2010 | 8pm (Show Only)
12-14 Feb 2010 | 7pm (Dinner Package) For more information on performances with dinner, click here.

$48 (5-7, 9-11 Feb)
*Free Seating
*Early Bird Discount: 20% off regular normal ticket prices (Valid from 20 Nov – 15 Jan 2010 Friday 2359hrs)

Buy tickets here

Little but strong

Went to Sleigh Bells Ring, a musical by Little Island Voices last Sat and it was brilliant! They were witty, humorous and satirical without being crude – a great feat given that it’s their first production. I couldn’t help but compare it to a commercially-produced show recently staged at the Esplanade, and I must say Little Island Voices really are more sophisticated in terms of content and delivery despite the low budget and relatively inexperienced team. I spent $50 at the Liu Lian only to sit through unfunny and crude jokes, outdated digs at the gahmen (eh GST is so not in our list of concerns already, lor!) and a very laboured performance by the stand up comedian. Now I know a hefty budget, grand venue and big names are not accurate indicators of show quality.

Jasper who acted in SBR told us they wrote the script together and kept changing it to make the jokes current. There were many interactive segments and I especially loved the Naughty or Nice list-making one. We were asked to vote using our cleverly designed programme sheet whether a newsmaker was naughty or nice. Expected more to come after Tiger Woods, Ris Low and Lee Kuan Yew, hurhur! Such is the charm of truly independent productions.

Thank you LIV for such a fun and memorable night. Looking forward to your next production!