KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT 

    The health and safety of our staff, cast and patrons is of the utmost importance to us. The venue will open 30 minutes before every performance. Please note that the box office will remain closed during this period.

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    KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT
    20 Merbau Road, Singapore 239035

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    Fort Canning MRT
    Robertson Walk – taxi drop off

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    Robertson Quay Hotel
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    • Oleanna [Advisory 16 - Some Mature Content and Coarse Language]

      Wed, 15 Sep 2021 - Sun, 19 Sep 2021, 8pm
      KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT 

      The Stage Club presents

      By David Mamet
      Directed by Loh An Lin

      Oleanna, written by David Mamet, charts the blistering power-play between John, a professor at a prestigious university, and Carol, his young female student. A covert and overt breaking of boundaries occur in this modern take of he-said-she-said, contextualised within the highly politicised space of higher education.

      Considered to be Mamet's most controversial play, Oleanna has shocked and enraged audiences since its first performance in 1992. What does political correctness and its impact mean in the age of #MeToo?

      "John and Carol go to it with hand-to-hand combat that amounts to a primal struggle for power. As usual with Mamet, the vehicle for that combat is crackling, highly distilled dialogue unencumbered by literary frills or phony theatrical ones" International Herald Tribune

      "Wholly absorbing…a virtuoso performance…As if ripped right from the typewriter, it could not be more direct in its technique of incendiary in its ambitions" New York Times

      Ticket Prices*

      Mon - Thu shows
      Standard: S$47, S$45

      Fri - Sun & PH shows
      Standard: S$50, S$47

      *Excludes SISTIC booking fee

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