2022 to 2024
A verbatim theatre based on true accounts that highlights how the sense of safety changes for a queer person as they get older. With much of the queer discourse in Singapore largely focused on the youths, what lies ahead of someone who has lived most of their life in the margins?
14 - 17 Nov 2023 (9am - 6pm)
18 Nov 2023 (1 - 10pm)
21 - 24 Nov 2023 (9am - 6pm)
25 Nov 2023 (1 - 10pm)
This workshop is for those who want to learn how to use Boal’s Theatre of the Oppressed techniques in their work. Forum Theatre is one of these techniques. Participants have included educators, social or community workers and others who want to cultivate reflexivity and develop critical thinking, analytical skills and a proactive approach to problem-solving.
“Drama Box has continued to invest in innovation by working in difficult and challenging forms like Forum Theatre; it has expanded its reach for new audiences by playing an unconventional spaces and reaching out even more to the neighbourhood and the community.”T Sasitharan, Director, Intercultural Theatre Institute
“In both its original works as well as its adaptations of foreign scripts, Drama Box has demonstrated a passionate and probing spirit.”Clarissa Oon, Correspondent, The Straits Times Life!
“There are not many arts companies in Singapore, with this awareness to create a balance between creating evocative theatre and touching the hearts of a community, who is not naturally drawn to theatre and the Arts.”Tay Tong, Managing Director, Theatreworks (Singapore) Ltd