Frozen Angels
As the world advances its research on life sciences, stem cells and artificial intelligence, what impact is there on human life and relationships? What does the future hold? Can life be built from scratch?

Directed by Alvin Tan, written by Haresh Sharma and first staged during the National University of Singapore Arts Fesrival in March 2008, Frozen Angels is a thought-provoking performance exploring current issues of science using digital media and theatrical performance.

Starring Najib Soiman and Siti Khalijah Zainal and featuring Loo Zihan as Multimedia Artist

 
Director:
Alvin Tan

 
Playwright:
Haresh Sharma
Multimedia Artist:
Loo Zihan

Cast:
Siti Khalijah Zainal
Najib Soiman
"Tiny, subtle and intimate: this is the best theatre I've seen this year... It is miniature, it is evocative, it is important."
—The Flying Inkpot

"... a revealing cultural document and a potent piece of theatre."
—The Straits Times Life!

Frozen Angels was co-presented with National Museum of Singapore as part of the M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2009.


 
First Staging
Dates:
21 & 22 March 2008, 8pm
22 & 23 March 2008, 3pm

 
Venue:
University Cultural Centre Dance Studio
as part of NUS Arts Festival 2008

 
Re-staging
Dates:
7 – 10 January 2009, 8pm
10 & 11 January 2009, 3pm

 
Venue:
Gallery Theatre, Basement, National University of Singapore

 
Tickets:
$27 | $19* Concession for students, senior citizens & NSF

 

production photos