10 Sep 2022, Sat, 11.45am, 2.30pm & 4.45pm
11 Sep 2022, Sun, 11.45am, 2.30pm & 4.45pm
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A non-verbal movement piece that explores the concept of time through each phase of the moon. This performance is followed by a craft activity which participants can bring home.
Directed by Liew Jia Yi and performed by Neo Hai Bin.
Admission is free and for PIP’s club members.
Mask-wearing is optional. However, audiences are encouraged to continue to exercise responsibility and caution, such as wearing masks when in crowded places. No tickets will be issued. Seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Liew Jia Yi
Liew Jia Yi is a Singapore based bilingual arts practitioner and drama educator. Her works in theatre for young audiences include You Can Reach The Sky, an immersive theatrical experience for babies. In 2020, she co-created and performed in a series of videos for Babies Book Club, an online interactive play space for babies. Liew has performed in an array of plays involving object puppetry, rod puppetry, life-sized puppets, and mask work. In recent years, she has also ventured into other roles such as that of a director, producer, documentation writer, and facilitator.
Neo Hai Bin
Neo Hai Bin is a performance maker. He began his journey in theatre with Drama Box in 2019 and underwent actor training practice with SCOT (Summer intensive 2014, Japan) and SITI Company (Summer Workshop 2019, New York City). He has been part of the theatre reviewers team 剧读：thea.preter since 2017. Together with lighting designer Liu Yong Huay, Neo also co-founded 微.Wei Collective which specialises in creating spatial experiences for participants. His literary practice involves research works in social issues and the human condition. He writes scripts, poems, prose, critiques, and short stories, which are mainly published in Lianhe Zaobao. SSome of his written plays include 招 When The Cold Wind Blows (Singapore Theatre Festival 2018); Cut Kafka! (a festival commission presented as part of Esplanade’s Huayi – Chinese Festival of Arts 2018); Merdeka / 独立 /சுதந்திரம் (Wild Rice, with Alfian Sa’at, 2019); Tanah•Air 水•土: A Play In Two Parts (Devised with Drama Box, 2019); Being: 息在 (M1 Fringe Festival 2022). His published works include《房间絮语》and《大海的人》, and his writings can be found on https://thethoughtspavilion.wordpress.com.
10 Sep 2022, Sat
11 Sep 2022, Sun
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