Looking for a great play to produce as part of your season?
SRT has for over 20 years, invested in creating a series of original productions, that have won the hearts of audiences and respect of critics.
Founded in 1993, Singapore Repertory Theatre (SRT) is one of the leading English-language theatres in Asia.
SRT's mission is to enrich, engage and entertain audiences by staging theatrical productions of the highest calibre, collaborating with the best talent in the world.
The Little Company is a theatre company producing quality plays for children using professional adult actors. The plays are staged for two age groups (under 5's and 6 to 12 year-olds).
Stage Two is a theatre division that develops and stages original Singaporean work. It incorporates the Playwright Incubator Programme.
The Young Company is a two-year actor training programme for 16 to 25 year-olds. Up to twenty young people are selected from open auditions to form the core of the company and receive practical theatre training. In 2021 SRT launched a new sister programme to TYC; The Inclusive Young Company (iYC). An holistic acting programme for young persons and adults between the ages of 16 – 35, who identify as persons with disabilities.
SRT’s Learning & Engagement Programme is committed to bringing meaningful and relevant programmes to students, teachers and emerging theatre talents. We believe theatre has the power to engage and transform. We are collaborating with leading artists and educators in Singapore and around the world to provide inquiry based and experiential learning for young people, skill development in drama as pedagogy for educators and mentorship for emerging talents and on-going skill building for various industries.
This June school holidays, build your confidence through drama games and storytelling!
We are now auditioning for our second semester of 2022 | The Stage Is Yours
Open for auditions | Our theatre training programme for diverse needs and abilities
A powerful professional development programme for early childhood educators.