About Campaign

ends 30 Apr 2018, 11:59 PM
As you may know, we were unable to stage Shakespeare in the Park in 2017 due to a lack of financial support.

We embarked on a crowdfunding campaign to get more thespians involved in Saving our Shakespeare (SOS) and many have heard our appeal for support. This has encouraged us to take the bold decision to go ahead with another Shakespeare in the Park production - Julius Caesar this coming May.

The GOOD news! We have reached our target of $100,000, but we still need your support to close the gap to help minimise the loss of the production.

We are so grateful to those who have donated - and we encourage more to do so. It really does matter that we keep our local arts scene thriving. Theatre is about time with loved ones, time to unwind and be inspired and time to open minds and broaden perspectives.

Help keep Shakespeare in the Park alive.

About the Charity

Singapore Repertory Theatre (SRT) has established itself as one of the leading theatre companies in Asia. We reach out to over 125,000 people annually through our productions and programmes.

Your donation will directly help to:

1. Keep the company going and enable SRT, a non-profit charity, to continue paying our artists and employees who work hard on delivering shows that inspire, enrich and engage.
2. Support our community outreach programmes for arts education for children and youth, a nourishing and dynamic approach to personal development and learning.
3. Create a pipeline of talent to support the industry and the creative economy of Singapore.

SRT's seasons include original works for a wide audience range, classic plays and bestsellers from leading stages, especially from London's West End and Broadway. We have also produced outstanding new musicals such as A Twist of Fate and Forbidden City: Portrait of an Empress. SRT also stages Asia's largest Shakespeare in the Park, and has brought together over 270,000 people during the ten productions staged in the series.

For younger audiences, SRT's The Little Company (TLC) stages popular titles such as Red Riding Hood and Charlotte's Web. Over 65,000 children, parents and teachers experience the magic of our TLC productions every year. Every year, SRT's Student Education Fund (SRTSEF) enables over 3,000 children to come and watch our TLC productions.


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

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