ITI Theatre Forum 2015
What was it like to decide on an acting career in the 1970s?
How challenging is it to make a mark in theatre today?
What in Singapore inspired the work of actors, directors and playwrights?
Hear these personal sharings from theatre-makers across genres and eras.
The Intercultural Theatre Institute (ITI) forum brings together voices from Singapore's diverse theatre-makers and cultural workers to share their work - past, present & future - with peers and current or aspiring practitioners.
Guest presenters and moderators:
Chong Tze Chien (The Finger Players), Corrie Tan (The Straits Times), Ebi Shankara (Ravindran Drama Group), Harris Jahim (SOTA), Julius Foo, Li Xie, Mia Chee (Nine Years Theatre), Michelle Tan (Cake Theatrical Productions), Remesh Panicker (Singapore Repertory Theatre's first Associate Artistic Director), Sharda Harrison (Pink Gajah Theatre), T Sasitharan (ITI), Tan Dan Feng (Select Books), Zizi Azah (previously Teater Ekamatra).
Admission by donation; lunch provided.
North-East Line: Alight at Little India station and take exit A. Walk into Niven Road, then turn right into Mount Emily Road. Take the stairs going up on the left through Mount Emily Park. Once you reach the top of the stairs, Emily Hill is on your left
North-South Line: Alight at Dhoby Ghaut station and walk towards School of the Arts. Turn left along Selegie Road, towards Peace Centre. Walking directions continued below.
If you are walking from Peace Centre, take Sophia Road. Go uphill for a minute then cross over to Wilkie Road (traffic coming downhill). Keep to the right side of the hill and walk straight up until you walk past Le Wilkie, a condominium. You will see a flight of stairs going up on your right. Emily Hill is on your right at the top of the stairs.
From Selegie Road or Middle Road, turn into Sophia Road. Keep going until you reach a fork, where St. Margaret’s Primary School is on the right. Stay on the left, which is Upper Wilkie Road. The road leads right into Emily Hill.