[Read! Fest 2017]The Spice of Life: A Dramatised showcase of Monologues and Readings

  • Language: English
  • Target Audience: Adults
  • Category: Read
Availability: 45
Fri, 21 Jul, 2017, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (GMT+8)

Bishan Public Library

Programme Zone

5 Bishan Place, #01-01, Singapore 579841


  • Language: English
  • Target Audience: Adults

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NLB’s annual celebration of the joy of reading returns! Read! Fest 2017 invites the curious and bookish of all ages to spice up their reading diet through an array of programmes across the public libraries. Be exposed to the best works by Singapore authors, fresh perspectives on familiar and new stories, and opportunities to create works that everyone can enjoy.
 
Fill your senses with the richness of emotions and experiences through the world of words, culminating with National Reading Day on 29 July. Find your favourite reading adventure at www.nationalreadingmovement.sg.

This programme will open for registration on 1 June 2017, 12.00nn

Watch the Thespians, Sunita Chiu, Zora Imani Smith, Brian Nai, Cassandra Spykerman, and Joanne Su from the 2016 Singapore Monologue Slam in this one hour reading of monologues, scenes excerpts from books about all the ingredients that make up our life.

Sunita has been performing in the Malaysian musical circuit since 15 years of age. She is a versatile performer with strengths in Salsa, Zumba & Bollywood dance. In late 2015, she joined the cast of Images of Singapore Live.
 
At just the age of 12, Zora got her first professional role as a TV host on OktoLIVE!. Since then, Zora studied theatre at School of the Arts, Singapore and starred in Okto’s TV musical drama, After School (2013).

Brian is a passionate theater student at School of the Arts. Having been exposed to theater forms such as Commedia Del Arte, Noh, and Lee Strasberg's method, he and his friends started their own physical theater company that had its debut show late last year. 
 
Cassandra started acting when she was 19 and has, since then, been part of various theatre productions. She then switched her career path to TV and is a full time singer with SuperSonic - which is a resident band with Timbre groups.
 
Joanne debuted at the inaugural Singapore Monologue Slam 2016 where she qualified as Top Scoring Thespian in Day 2 of the competition. 

Registration is required.
Suitable for ages 18 and above.

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