Esplanade Presents



Moli Mohter and Teater Kami (Singapore)

3 Sep 2022, Sat, 4pm


(Intermission: None)

Esplanade Annexe Studio

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In Malay, kemas means tidy or neat—organised, well-placed, well-managed. But what if this organisation is invisible? What if it cannot be seen?


Three woman are tidying: One is tidying to start her life anew, another is organising her past memories before they fade, and the last is collecting everything that she can.


Explore the myriad meanings of kemas through the stories of these three women.


This is a closed-door, by-invitation event only.


Mask-wearing is optional. However, audiences are encouraged to continue to exercise responsibility and caution, such as wearing masks when in crowded places.

Language: Malay
Things to Note:
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Artist Information

Moli Mohter

Moli Mohter is a theatre practitioner whose vast experience spans between being an actor, educator, facilitator, as well as a writer and director.


She has written, directed and produced memorable works such as Penantian (A Double-Bill) and Sembelit Lagi. Moli has played variety of roles for local theatre companies like Drama Box, The Necessary Stage, Teater Kami, Teater Ekamatra and many more. As an actor-facilitator, she was part of forum theatre play Trick or Threat by Drama Box, and through that was given an opportunity to tour to the World Forum Theatre Festival in Austria in 2009.


As an educator, Moli supports SDEA statement that arts can inspire and shape students into individuals who are imaginative and creative thinkers, capable of responding to their world with empathy and sensitivity. She has taught in many schools and institutions such as Singapore Girls’ Home and Singapore Boys’ Home.


In recent years, she is the leading artist for Both Sides, Now: Mengukir Harapan, a community project that explores the topics on end-of-life issues. Her most recent work for Both Sides, Now is an interactive performance that she wrote and directed, titled Waktu.

Date & Time

3 Sep 2022, Sat


Esplanade Annexe Studio

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