The Vault: Dancing the Good the Bad and the Ugly

(Video) Dancing the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

(Video) Dancing the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

The Vault: Dancing the Good, the Bad and the Ugly was presented on 24 February 2017 in front of a live audience. Contemporary dance artist Lee Mun Wai presents his artistic response to the works of playwright Elangovan, specifically the three banned plays Talaq, Smegma,…
About Stoma

About Stoma

Synopsis Stoma – which refers to a natural opening in the body – is a play written by Elangovan, centring on a disgraced former priest who had been defrocked over alleged sex abuse. Over seven scenes, he undergoes a surreal, graphic…
About Smegma

About Smegma

Synopsis Titled after the cheese-like secretions found in genitals, Smegma comprises a series of ten short plays, each examining the many faces of power and exposing a different aspect of exploitation within society. This is how playwright Elangovan describes the multi-vignette…
About Talaq

About Talaq

Synopsis Talaq – which means “divorce” – is a one-woman play about Nisha, a Muslim girl from India who is married off at the age of 16 to a Singaporean man twice her age. She finds out that her husband has…
The Vault: Dancing the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

The Vault: Dancing the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

The Vault: Dancing the Good, the Bad and the Ugly is the second of three presentations exploring dance and Singapore play-text. Through dance, Singaporean contemporary dance artist Lee Mun Wai responds to the plays Talaq, Smegma and Stoma written by playwright Elangovan.    …