19 OCTOBER 2017
17 OCTOBER 2017
POOP! opens THIS FRIDAY!
20th -22nd October 2017
“Poop was originally shown at the 220-seat Esplanade Theatre Studio, while Victoria Theatre can accommodate three times the former's capacity.
To make use of the larger theatre's height and depth, the set by designers Ctrk Fre@k has two stages at different levels and more puppeteers to enhance illusions such as making the dead man ghostly. The script has been tweaked, Chong [Tze Chien] says, to build on the characters' history.” -Life! The Straits Times
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28 February 2017
Introducing Sebastian Tan as ITSY.
Don't be deceived by his cutesy look! This innocent and sweet spider once upon a time grows up to be the evil incarnate who turns the nursery rhyme world upside down! Who will save the world from him? Watch ITSY -The Musical to find out!
17 February 2017
"Once Upon a Time is the song that encapsulates the whole musical. It is lyrical, really moving…it describes the love of a grandfather for his grandson. It’s magical yet it is childish as well - the imagination of nursery rhymes. It’s a beautiful song. People will come away from this musical humming singing Once Upon a Time.” Lim Kay Siu
Music by Darren Ng
Lyrics by Chong Tze Chien
Performed by Lim Kay Siu, Shou Chen Tan & Jo Tan
Video Produced by Derrick Chew
ITSY The Musical
24 March – 2 April
14 February 2017
We are nominated for 3 awards at the M1-The Straits Times Life Theatre Awards!
BEST PRODUCTION FOR THE YOUNG
Journey To The West: Treasures From The Dragon Palace (The Finger Players/Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay)
Joshua Lim for Starring Hitler As Jekyll And Hyde (The Finger Players)
BEST LIGHTING DESIGN
Lim Woan Wen for Inheritance (The Finger Players)
Congratulations to all nominees!
10 February 2017
"It took us three years to create this. But it gave us a chance to work with people outside of our usual circle of collaborators ... As a creative, it's fun for me to work on a different genre, although the parameters of what makes good theatre are still very much the same. Itsy has given me a chance to challenge the common idea that musicals are fluffy shows meant for the masses, when in fact some of them deal with very weighty issues."
Chong Tze Chien, Director/Playwright