Review of W!ld Rice’s “La Cage Aux Folles”

Title of performance: La Cage Aux Folles (French translation – the cage of madwomen) Theatre Company: W!ld Rice Date of performance: 22 July 2012, matinee Performance Venue: Esplanade Theatre Pink. Lots of pink. And, pink. It takes a whole lot of courage, and dollars, to stage La Cage Aux Folles (pronounced ler-karge-oh-fall) in all its […]

Review of W!ld Rice’s “Romeo and Juliet” by Ceadsearc

In this review, I invite special guest writer Ceadsearc to provide his thoughts on W!ld RIce’s Romeo and Juliet. He gives such a glowing review of it that I have to kick myself for missing this remake.  Title of Production: Romeo and Juliet Theatre Company: W!ld Rice Date of performance: 28 April 2012 Performance Venue: Drama […]

Guilty as Charged

I caught Chong Tze Chien’s play, Charged, at the National Library Building Drama Centre Black Box theatre today, and was absolutely blown away by the quality of the local production. Maybe I have preconceived notions about local productions, and hence, I, too, am guilty as charged. The production was all about the thorny issues of race, prejudice, […]