About Campaign

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United by a common desire to affect positive change through the arts, thousands of artists, students, partners and supporters known collectively as "Jian Rens", have come together to tell the Practice story.

Now we invite you to do the same. Support The Theatre Practice as we continue to:
- Create safe spaces for artists and audiences
- Experiment and push artistic boundaries
- Keep the arts accessible
- Nurture our youth through arts education

Every dollar you donate will fund these goals and ensure Practice's long-term sustainability. In this season of giving, we thank you for your generosity.

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About the Charity

The Theatre Practice (Practice) is Singapore's longest-standing professional bilingual theatre institution. Artist-driven and deeply progressive, Practice strives to be an arts space in Singapore that consciously nurtures and empowers people who care about humanity. Over the past 56 years, we have developed and presented a vast critically-acclaimed multi-genre repertoire that reflects the complexities of Singapore's diverse cultures.

Practice today is a cultural force. As a bridge between cultures, we have brought practitioners of diverse backgrounds together for exchange, and provided platforms for international works. As pioneers in Arts Education in Singapore, we have nurtured leaders in the Singapore arts scene, and inculcated the love for the arts in generations of youths.

Under current Artistic Director Kuo Jian Hong, Practice continues to shape our cultural landscape as the definitive voice in Singapore theatre. Deeply influenced by the importance of play in art-making, Practice has become the embodiment of the irrepressible spirit and fearless experimentation of play under her leadership.

Artistically diverse and constantly relevant, Practice will always engage in the ceaseless exploration of new frontiers.

The Theatre Practice is an Institution of Public Character, a recipient of the National Arts Council's Major Grant 2017-2021, and a member of the Singapore Chinese Language Theatre Alliance.

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