A Little RAW, an inclusive young dancer’s company, brings you on a journey to discover how
one adapts and strives in an environment that divides. Inspired by the green movement of
guerilla gardening, we hope to dissolve the grids that society has built through dancing
without boundaries… gardening without boundaries…
Launch – 23 December 2020, 8pm
Video is available till 1 January 2021, 12mn
Tickets available at SISTIC.com.sg from 23 November 2020
$5, $10, $30, $50 – Pay as you wish*
(Excluding SISTIC Charges)
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**20% discount for RAW Pal Members and Gateway Arts’ Subscribers
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Dive into the world of PheNoumenon with T.H.E Dance Company at Singapore’s first full-length 360° VR dance experience, created in collaboration with local immersive technology partner, Hiverlab.
With options to switch viewpoints on Oculus Quest 2 VR headset, complete with 360° VR sound (earphones from Creative Technology) that utilises a head-tracking system and an accompanying scent (designed together with Jetaime Perfumery), this interactive experience will be like no other!
So, come join us for the launch of PheNoumenon: A 360° Immersive Virtual-Reality Experience from 19 to 31 December 2020. For two weeks, the doors of T.H.E Dance Company’s studio at Goodman Arts Centre will be open to you and we look forward to having you as the very first viewers of our brand new 360° immersive VR experience.
Date: 19 to 31 December 2020
Venue: T.H.E Dance Company Studio, 90 Goodman Rd, Goodman Arts Centre Blk M, #01-51, Singapore 439053
Book your slot today at https://tinyurl.com/PheN360Experience for an exclusive discount and gift.
Photo Credit: Bernie Ng
RawGround (RG) features 12:00 – a vignette of 12 works.
This platform promulgates a curated mini-marathon that nurtures dialogue through enquiry and examination. Twelve short films released over twelve hours which are conducted by artists and non-practitioners, each investigating diverse subject matters.
This year, RAW Moves is proud to present a digitalised performance of RawGround: Reference.
References are the frameworks through which we develop several different facets of our lives – ourselves, others, the past and the present. It is through the dictates of our referential frameworks that we are able to make meaning of and participate in personal, cultural and national discourses. This vignette of 12 works touches on ‘Inclusivity’, ‘Empowerment’, and ‘Sensing’ – all of which interrogate various points of references including memory, heritage, culture, and technology.
RawGround: Reference features original research, performances, and recordings by Akanksha Raja, Aneesha Shetty, Chok Si Xuan, Christoven Tan, Edward Tan, Lee En Jie, Matthew Goh, Melyn Chow, Stephanie Yoong, Timothy Tan and Titisa Jeamsakul (Ice).
Programme Order (Hourly Launch) for 28 Nov 2020
12:00pm My Pa’s Colors by Titisa Jeamsakul (Ice)
1:00pm A Whimsical World by Stephanie Rae Yoong
2:00pm It’s Hard to Explain by Akanksha Raja
3:00pm The Board by Matthew Goh
4:00pm Faces by Lee En Jie
5:00pm Displaced Mathematics Articulated by Timothy Tan
6:00pm Mimos: Extended Bindings by Aneesha Shetty
7:00pm you and i by Chok Si Xuan
8:00pm Tea Party by Lee En Jie
9:00pm Changi 10th Milestone by Edward Tan
10:00pm BLIP by Christoven Tan
11:00pm To hold & to have by Melyn Chow
Singapore Dance Theatre celebrates its 30th anniversary with the most compelling and exquisite works at Esplanade Theatre on 27 and 28 July .
This special event will present four works: Timothy Harbour’s world premiere which is created especially for SDT’s 30th anniversary, the company premiere of Nils Christe’s SYNC (created for The Washington Ballet), as well as Choo-San Goh’s Double Contrasts and Configurations pas de deux.
More than a stunning repertory set to stage, this performance is a celebration of milestones, memories, and moments! This will be a wonderfully treasured weekend for the company, its loyal supporters, donors, and friends.
The St Petersburg Ballet Theatre is bringing Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake to Singapore this May 2018! This world-renowned production will star prima ballerina Irina Kolesnikova with guest stars from the internationally acclaimed Bolshoi Ballet.
This Singaporean leg comes fresh on the heels of St Petersburg Ballet Theatre’s sold out seasons in London and Paris. The Times London hailed the company as “A Triumph”, while the Sunday Telegraph called them “a company to be treasured”.
Swan Lake was originally performed by the Bolshoi Ballet in 1877. It tells the story of Princess Odette, who was turned into a swan by an evil sorcerer but returns to human form every night. She meets Prince Siegfried and they fall in love. The sorcerer. Von Rothbart, tricks Prince Siegfried into believing that his daughter, Odile, is Odette, prompting the prince to propose marriage to Odile. The prince soon realizes his mistake and tells Von Rothbart that he would rather die than marry Odile. Siegfried and Odette jump together into the lake and die. This breaks the spell and turns the other swan maidens back into humans. They drive Von Rothbart and Odile into the look and the two also drown. In the final scene, the swan maidens watch as the spirits of Prince Siegfried and Princess Odette ascend into the heavens where they are forever united in love.
The beloved Christmas ballet special comes to Singapore this December! The Nutcracker is based on a story by E. T. A. Hoffman set to the memorable music of Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky. It is presented by the Singapore Dance Theatre under Artistic Director Janek Schergen.
Celebrate 40 years of dance making with NUS Chinese Dance in Memories of The Past; Dreams of The Future. This anniversary offering brings together the best works of NUS Chinese Dance through the years. The show will also premiere three specially choreographed works by renowned Chinese choreographer, Wang Cheng.
The Asian Festivals Exchange (AFX) is a two-part show that features performances from the Yokohama Dance Collection, Seoul Dance Collection, and T.H.E Second Company. The second part also includes an informal showing of works-in-progress by Japan and Korean collaborators.