Each production will be streamed for a week on YouTube from Apr 24.
Directed by Glen Goei, Emily of Emerald Hill is one of Singapore theatre’s classic plays to date.
Written by playwright Stella Kon, Emily of Emerald Hill is inspired by her experiences growing up in Singapore in the mid-20th century with her Peranakan family.
The one-woman play features a monologue about a Peranakan woman, Emily Gan, as her life evolves from a young bride to a strong matriarch.
Available from Apr 24 (Friday), 7.30pm
Live talkback on Apr 30 (Thursday), 9pm
Available from May 1 (Friday), 7.30pm
Live talkback on May 7 (Thursday), 9pm
If you prefer a light-hearted comedy to enjoy with your family, add Monkey Goes West to your list.
The cheeky musical adaptation of the Chinese fantasy classic will keep you entertained with its hilarious characters and witty local references.
Streaming from May 8 (Friday), 7.30pm
Live talkback on May 14 (Thursday), 9pm
While we’re not sure when we can finally return to the theatres, hopefully, these online shows will remind us of the thrill of watching live productions while passing the time away.
Which show will you be catching over the next few weekends?
9 must-watch shows and films on Disney+
10 young players to look out for in 2021 Singapore Premier League
What is imposter syndrome and how to overcome it
What Is Clubhouse, the new social media platform everyone is talking about?
Fun personalised websites to check your Spotify music statistics
What to do with your leftover and unopened CNY snacks
Interesting background music to put on for your next work or study session
16-year-old Aizil Yazid wants to carry on the legacy of his father, Singapore football icon Yazid Yasin
DOTA 2, Netflix producing original anime series based on the popular game
How Singaporeans are hunting for the elusive BB Loh