12 Mar - 19 Apr 2008
The Emperor's New Clothes is a play that tells of the frequent conflict between honesty and pride, one which every person will inevitably experience in their lives.
Written by Hans Christian Andersen who is famous for his fairy tales that has been told throughout generations such as The Snow Queen, The Ugly Duckling, The Little Mermaid and many others which will always be a part of every child's memory.
This classic story is presented in an intimate performance setting, with songs and audience participation. It promises to teach and remind both children and adults alike to always stand up for what we believe in and not to be led blindly by others. This fun and entertaining play also acts as a great reminder that the truth will always come to light!
Cast: Alecia Chua, Andy Hockley, Gene Sha Rudyn and Elena Yeo
Director, Playwright and Set Designer: Michael Corbidge
Lighting Designer: Suven Chan
Sound Designer: Joyce Gan
Costumes: Petty Png
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