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Iam Storybook

I am (New Show! Available from March 2021)

(Also suitable for International Friendship Day and Racial Harmony Day) The Alphabets and Numbers are having field day arguing about who is more important, again. The argument of who is more important is never-ending. Everyone want to the “THE” most important but is this really the crux of the matter? To add to the mix,…
Mia Amata

Mia Amiata (My Beloved)

(Also suitable for Total Defence Day or Environmental Awareness/Earth Day) Taking inspiration from “The Lorax” by Dr Seuss and “Luna and Me” by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw, this play aims to motivate the audience to play an active role in the place they live in On a very rainy day, Alex is stuck at home…. He…
Ramanujan and the Mixed-Up Washing

Ramanujan and the Mixed-Up Washing

(Also suitable for Racial Harmony/ National Day) Rama is a young dhobi who works with his Uncle Ganesan, washing other peoples clothes. Uncle Ganesan has given Rama a special task of doing the laundry of the two big Chinese houses on the corner. If Rama does a good job, those collections will belong to him…
A big wave

Tsunami (Stories & Poems about Water)

Water. An essential part of life on earth. Using a plethora of tales, several stories have been chosen to present as drama in its best artistry form. This “magical” play retells ancient myths and legends from Asia about water. These stories are told through mime, dance, movement, mask and puppetry, and peppered  with excerpts from…
There's soup on my fly

There’s Soup On My Fly!

The story we are bringing to life is THERE’S SOUP ON MY FLY! by David Seow. Like most kids, Jeremy Alexander longs for a pet, any pet, but he doesn’t have any luck convincing his parents to get him one. When all seems lost a magic shape-shifting fly zips into his life. It’s the best…
The Lion & The Mouse and The Hare & The Tortoise

The Lion & The Mouse and The Hare & The Tortoise

In the The Lion & The Mouse, a lion threatens a moust that wakes him up. The mouse begs forgiveness and promises to repay the lion if he sets it free. Later, the lion is netted by a hunter; hearing it roaring, the mouse remembers the lion’s decency and frees the beast. The story introduces…