THE COFFIN IS STILL TOO BIG FOR THE HOLE

19 July – 21 July 2012
The Substation
Directed by Cheryl Lee & Lucas Ho

What is it all about?

A devised theatre piece to mark of the 10th anniversary of the passing of Kuo Pao Kun, a pioneer of Singapore Theatre.

The young graduates of the 2011/2 Buds Youth Theatre programme will work with playwrights Cheryl Lee and Lucas Ho to celebrate the influence of this great practitioner on their lives by asking the question, is the coffin still too big for the hole?

This original piece of theatre will highlight how society has changed since Kuo’s landmark work The Coffin is Too Big for the Hole was first staged almost 30 years ago.

See the stills!

 TCISTBFTH Gallery

Credits

Playwrights Cheryl Lee & Lucas Ho

Director Cheryl Lee & Lucas Ho

Stage Manager Petrina Dawn Tan

Cast

Shrey Bhargava as …………….. Matthew

Vignesh Singh as …………….. Dad

Ensemble

Nur Aisha Shaik

Masturah O.

Zhein Mu’Adib

Crew

Production Manager Rebecca Lee

Lighting Operator Flora Yeo

Sound Operator Renee Yeong

Lighting Design Petrina Dawn Tan