I Theatre presents fantastic new performances. Here are some highlights.
I Theatre is one of the region’s premier professional producing companies for family-oriented theatre. Aiming to produce theatre experiences that are accessible and challenging, funny and thought-provoking for both children and adults, it has been delighting audiences in Singapore since 2001.
As 2016 will be its 15th year, I Theatre has an amazing lineup of shows planned. In addition to the sell-out classics, The Rainbow Fish and The Magic Paintbrush, it will perform two brand new productions: Little Star and The Boy Who Cried Wolf.
The Enormous Turnip
This November, it will present a reinvention of The Enormous Turnip (originally performed in 2013). I Theatre’s unique brand of professional actors, unforgettable songs, mask, puppetry and theatre magic will tell the story of the tiny mouse, Eek, and an enormous turnip. This fast-paced, colorful, interactive play, carefully designed for younger audiences, with cute characters, fun and memorable songs, also has a clear moral message for everyone. (Nov. 17 to Dec. 6)
The Boy Who Cried Wolf
The classic story of a young boy who has to watch sheep all day in order to protect them from wolves is retold in an interactive and engaging style with fun, music and physical theater. Adults will love the wordplay and subtext while clear storytelling and interaction with the kids will keep them enthralled. The underlying message about the perils of lying remains true but plots twists and turns will keep the young and old on the edge of their seats. (Feb. 15 to March 19).
Fun for the Whole Family
Proving children’s theatre doesn’t have to be boring or childish, I Theatre is a unique experience your kids will remember for a lifetime. Don’t miss their productions! (Tickets and discounts available through sistic.com.sg)
Based in Singapore, and started in 2001, I Theatre is one of the region’s premiere professional producing companies for family orientated theatre, creating an average of four brand new theatre productions a year. I Theatre’s productions have been seen in UK (Edinburgh Festival Fringe, four times), India, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Korea, Australia and the USA.