Esplanade Presents | Feed Your Imagination (F.Y.I)
Girl in the White Sand Box
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Performed in Mandarin, with no surtitles.
Recommended for students aged 14 – 17 years old.
(Primary and Secondary Schools, Junior Colleges and Centralised Institute)
Schools are able to use the TOTE Board Arts Grant subsidy of up to 50% of the ticket price. For every 20 student tickets purchased per performance, one complimentary teacher ticket will be issued.
For every 100 tickets purchased of the same show title, five additional complimentary tickets will be issued for the same production.
The complimentary offer is only available if the purchases are made in a single transaction for the same show title.
Ticket pricing indicated excludes $3 SISTIC booking fee.BOOKING FORM
SPED schools are able to use the TOTE Board Arts Grant subsidy of up to 70% of the ticket price.
For every 10 student tickets purchased per performance, two complimentary teacher tickets will be issued.
The complimentary ticket offer is only available if the purchases are made in a single transaction for the same show title.BOOKING FORM
A little girl is digging a hole in the ground, waiting to bury her head once the hole is deep enough.
In today’s fast-paced and competitive society, more and more of our youths, who are still finding their way in life, are suffering from stress related disorders.
Girl in the White Sand Box is a theatre performance that discusses with the audience the difficult topic of adolescent depression. Students will also be engaged through interactive pre and post-show activities to develop their capabilities for self-reflection and critical thinking in Mandarin. We hope that through this performance, students are empowered to take positive steps when facing emotional difficulties.
- Explore the difficult topic of adolescent depression
- Develop capabilities for self-reflection and critical thinking in Mandarin
- Feel empowered to take positive actions when facing emotional difficulties
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