NATIONAL LANGUAGE CLASS WEBSITE
National Language Class is an interactive performance about language and identity created in response to an iconic Singapore painting from 1959. In the website, you will find recordings of two versions of the production, from 2008 and 2016, and extras that provide additional context and information.
The website is part of the Asian Intercultural Digital Archives (AIDA). It hosts the Asian Shakespeare Intercultural Archive (A|S|I|A), the Contemporary Wayang Archive (CWA) and Theatre Makers Asia (TMA), and documents the projects that created the archives and the work emerging from them.
More about the production here.
Visit the National Language Class website here.
DEEP IN THE HEART OF ME, A WORK IN PROGRESS READING
14 January 2017, Part of M1 Singapore Fringe Festival: Art & Skin as part of the Fresh Fringe Triple Bill at Esplande Rehearsal Studio, 2-6pm
Part play reading, part object theatre and part Foley session, two performers on a stage assemble and tear apart a relationship over time. Raw and searing, the intimate performance anatomizes how the heart gives and forgives.
Read by Nora Samosir and K Rajagopal. Dramaturged by Janice Koh. Text by Kaylene Tan.