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ends 31 Mar 2021, 11:59 PM
Siddhartha 20:21 is an immersive hybrid-performance installation that is interdisciplinary. The story of Siddhartha by Herman Hesse (1982) is the quest of a wealthy Indian Brahmin who casts off a life of privilege and comfort to seek spiritual fulfilment and wisdom. It is a journey of self-discovery and a quest for wisdom. However, the intended performance takes a more contemporary spin on the life of a young man who is caught between life before the pandemic and life after. This project will be directed by Elizabeth de Roza who is well-known for her productions and artistic vision. Together with her two award-winning collaborators (Koo Chia Meng and Lin Weidong) and an actor (Vignesh Singh), Siddhartha 20:21 is a theatrical experience that will resonate with audience members as the story of Siddhartha unfolds while experiencing life's vital passages - love, work, friendship and family.

About the Charity

Inspired by working with one of the pioneering figures of Singapore theatre in the 1980s, the late William Teo, a group of his key performers founded World-In-Theatre in 2002. Their commitment to giving Singaporeans an opportunity to see the great traditional and modern classics of world theatre is deserving of support. Without such opportunities, there is no way to impart knowledge to the younger generation about the great plays of the world in an era when commercial considerations hold much greater sway. The arts have a significant role in Singapore, especially as the nation continues to stake its claim as a world city and cultural hub, and World-in-Theatre aims to contribute to Singapore as it has been doing for the past 12 years.


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