WHITE PEARL
WHITE PEARL

Anchuli Felicia King’s scathing corporate satire set at a skin whitening cosmetics firm in Singapore. Photo: Helen Murray

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WHITE PEARL
WHITE PEARL

(2019, Royal Court Theatre) Set & Costumes: Moi Tran, Lighting: Natasha Chivers, Video: Ian William Galloway, Sound: Nicola Chang. Photo: Helen Murray

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WHITE PEARL
WHITE PEARL

(2019, Royal Court Theatre) Set & Costumes: Moi Tran, Lighting: Natasha Chivers, Video: Ian William Galloway, Sound: Nicola Chang. Photo: Helen Murray

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WHITE PEARL
WHITE PEARL

Anchuli Felicia King’s scathing corporate satire set at a skin whitening cosmetics firm in Singapore. Photo: Helen Murray

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SUNWATCHER: A Noh-Inspired Musical
SUNWATCHER: A Noh-Inspired Musical

The story of astronomer Hisako Koyama (1916-1997) – intertwined with the ancient Japanese myth of the sun goddess Amaterasu, in a retelling inspired by the structure of classical Noh theatre.

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SUNWATCHER: A Noh-Inspired Musical
SUNWATCHER: A Noh-Inspired Musical

(A New Musical In Development) Composer: Tidtaya Sinutoke, Bookwriter/Lyricist: Isabella Dawis, Creative Producer/Cultural Consultant: Ikumi Kuronaga, Video & Production Designer: Suzu Sakai, Audio Mixer: Megumi Katayama

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SUNWATCHER: A Noh-Inspired Musical
SUNWATCHER: A Noh-Inspired Musical

(A New Musical In Development) Composer: Tidtaya Sinutoke, Bookwriter/Lyricist: Isabella Dawis, Creative Producer/Cultural Consultant: Ikumi Kuronaga, Video & Production Designer: Suzu Sakai, Audio Mixer: Megumi Katayama

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SUNWATCHER: A Noh-Inspired Musical
SUNWATCHER: A Noh-Inspired Musical

The story of astronomer Hisako Koyama (1916-1997) – intertwined with the ancient Japanese myth of the sun goddess Amaterasu, in a retelling inspired by the structure of classical Noh theatre.

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Damage Joy
Damage Joy

In a dark circus world four characters hurt and destroy things for fun. Audiences are given flags to wave if they want the action to stop, but are told it will only stop if they all wave their flags at the same time. Photo: BACC

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Damage Joy
Damage Joy

(2019, Bangkok Art and Culture Center) Set & Video: Rasean Davonte Johnson, Lighting: Palita Sakul, Costumes: Nicha Puranasamriddhi, Sound: Pornchanok Kanchanabanca. Photo: BACC

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Damage Joy
Damage Joy

(2019, Bangkok Art and Culture Center) Set & Video: Rasean Davonte Johnson, Lighting: Palita Sakul, Costumes: Nicha Puranasamriddhi, Sound: Pornchanok Kanchanabanca. Photo: BACC

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Damage Joy
Damage Joy

In a dark circus world four characters hurt and destroy things for fun. Audiences are given flags to wave if they want the action to stop, but are told it will only stop if they all wave their flags at the same time. Photo: BACC

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Begin Again
Begin Again

Against a backdrop of forced and voluntary migration, human rights, and Thai societal expectations and prejudices, three parallel tales of what pushes someone to leave home unfold. Photo: B-Floor

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Begin Again
Begin Again

(2009, Democrazy Theatre Studio) Set: B-Floor, Costumes: Ornanong Thaisriwong, Lighting: Pavinee Samakkabutr, Sound: Toey Silverback. Photo: B-Floor

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Begin Again
Begin Again

(2009, Democrazy Theatre Studio) Set: B-Floor, Costumes: Ornanong Thaisriwong, Lighting: Pavinee Samakkabutr, Sound: Toey Silverback. Photo: B-Floor

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Begin Again
Begin Again

Against a backdrop of forced and voluntary migration, human rights, and Thai societal expectations and prejudices, three parallel tales of what pushes someone to leave home unfold. Photo: B-Floor

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RICHARD III
RICHARD III

William Shakespeare's tale of depravity and ambition is brought to life by an all-women and non-binary cast, redrawing the lines that define gender and power in this classic play. Photo: Rob Strong

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RICHARD III
RICHARD III

(2018, Lenfest Center for the Arts) Set: Santiago Orjuela-Laverde, Costumes: Emily White, Lighting: Elizabeth Mak, Sound: Pornchanok Kanchanabanca, Photo: Rob Strong

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RICHARD III
RICHARD III

(2018, Lenfest Center for the Arts) Set: Santiago Orjuela-Laverde, Costumes: Emily White, Lighting: Elizabeth Mak, Sound: Pornchanok Kanchanabanca, Photo: Rob Strong

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RICHARD III
RICHARD III

William Shakespeare's tale of depravity and ambition is brought to life by an all-women and non-binary cast, redrawing the lines that define gender and power in this classic play. Photo: Rob Strong

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Sorry/Not Sorry
Sorry/Not Sorry

A kaleidoscopic blend of dance, visual art, memoir, critical theory and more that explores (and attempts to get to the bottom of) what it truly means to apologize.

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Sorry/Not Sorry
Sorry/Not Sorry

(Ars Nova Digital ANT Fest, 2021) Created by Nora Sørena Casey and Nana Dakin, with Rasheedat “Ras” Badejo, Sagan Chen, Tsebiyah Mishael Derry, Freddie Fulton, and Francesca McKenzie. Animation and video editing by Kaitlyn Chandler.

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Sorry/Not Sorry
Sorry/Not Sorry

(Ars Nova Digital ANT Fest, 2021) Created by Nora Sørena Casey and Nana Dakin, with Rasheedat “Ras” Badejo, Sagan Chen, Tsebiyah Mishael Derry, Freddie Fulton, and Francesca McKenzie. Animation and video editing by Kaitlyn Chandler.

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Sorry/Not Sorry
Sorry/Not Sorry

A kaleidoscopic blend of dance, visual art, memoir, critical theory and more that explores (and attempts to get to the bottom of) what it truly means to apologize.

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Uncle Vanya
Uncle Vanya

Anton Chekhov’s classic play contemplating what prevents us from changing the circumstances of our unhappiness. Photo: Lucy Powis

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Uncle Vanya
Uncle Vanya

(2016, Schapiro Studio) Costumes: A.F. King, Lighting: Joe Cabrera, Sound: Sebastian Siclait. Photo: Lucy Powis

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Uncle Vanya
Uncle Vanya

(2016, Schapiro Studio) Costumes: A.F. King, Lighting: Joe Cabrera, Sound: Sebastian Siclait. Photo: Lucy Powis

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Uncle Vanya
Uncle Vanya

Anton Chekhov’s classic play contemplating what prevents us from changing the circumstances of our unhappiness. Photo: Lucy Powis

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Survival Games
Survival Games

The outcome of a residency commissioned by The Wellcome Collection (UK) on the impact and research of malaria and melioidosis diseases in Thailand. Photo: Withit Chanthamarit

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Survival Games
Survival Games

(2013, Pridi Banomyong Institute) Set: Laura Perin and Tommaso Maggio, Lighting: Pavinee Samakkabutr, Video: Taechit Jiropaskosol, Sound: Katenan Juntimathorn. Photo: Withit Chanthamarit

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Survival Games
Survival Games

(2013, Pridi Banomyong Institute) Set: Laura Perin and Tommaso Maggio, Lighting: Pavinee Samakkabutr, Video: Taechit Jiropaskosol, Sound: Katenan Juntimathorn. Photo: Withit Chanthamarit

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Survival Games
Survival Games

The outcome of a residency commissioned by The Wellcome Collection (UK) on the impact and research of malaria and melioidosis diseases in Thailand. Photo: Withit Chanthamarit

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