Current & Upcoming Programmes (Professionals)


Gecko for Artists

Learn the intricacies of Gecko’s physical theatre style under the guidance of experienced international practitioners. This workshop promises to give you an edge through having a greater understanding of Gecko’s devising methodologies and gaining insider’s tips into the world of physical theatre. This workshop is suitable for individuals with experience in dance and/or movement.  

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AGOO AMEE: Engaging Young Children in Call and Response Experiences

This workshop offers  early childhood educators to look at how “call and response” enhance emergent literacy, language concepts and foster skills such as memory, concentration, listening, math concepts, patterning, sequence and symmetry. 

Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts—the flagship education program of Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts—supports more than 75,000 children and early childhood educators across the United States and around the world.

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GREAT MUSICAL ADAPTATIONS! Songs for Memorable Teaching and Smooth Transitions

Participants will gain an understanding of how beat, melody, and lyrics create focus, improve motivation, affect mood, and foster emergent literacy skills. Singing for the confidence-impaired and "best practice" principles for leading music will be addressed. Includes handout. 

Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts—the flagship education program of Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts—supports more than 75,000 children and early childhood educators across the United States and around the world.

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Permission to Play Symposium

We give you Permission to Play with us. Come and celebrate the successes of the early childhood sector in Singapore and see how the arts can go hand in hand to support curriculums and a child’s development in such wonderful ways.  

Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts—the flagship education program of Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts—supports more than 75,000 children and early childhood educators across the United States and around the world.

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Residency Programme

Singapore Repertory Theatre’s Residency Programme offers an immersive hands-on experience for young theatre professionals looking to further their careers in Singapore’s theatre industry.

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The Art of Leadership

The Art of Leadership is designed to put leaders in the Director’s chair, allowing them to observe, reflect and strategise using directors techniques. The Director commands the ensemble with respect by being both nurturing and authoritative.

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The Art of Communication

Actors hone both physical and verbal communication skills. In the workshop, participants will learn to explore body language, taking in physicality as well as effective use of voice projection and clarity.

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The Art of Team Building

Ask any actor about creating theatre with others and they will tell you about the amazing bond that develops in any ensemble that they are part of. Theatre brings people together, reveals and strengthens the dynamics of a group and produces positive relationships between the people creating it.

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The Art of Improvisation

The Art of Improvisation is not your typical corporate programme. Over the course of their career, corporate executives have been sharpening their hard skills to stay competitive. However, it is just as important to develop soft skills. This workshop focuses on honing soft skills that will give corporate executives that advantage in today’s business world.

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Professional Development for Early Childhood Educators

Singapore Repertory Theatre comes to your school/ organisation with an exciting professional development course that will introduce you to using active, arts-based approaches to teaching in your classroom.

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