SAME-SAME 2.0 an inclusive international online performance like no other.

Synopsis

SAME-SAME 2.0. will be travelling to New Zealand Fringe and Adelaide Fringe 2022!

SAME-SAME 2.0 is a life-affirming online collaboration between No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability (Adelaide, Australia), Theatre Today (Singapore), and Diverse Abilities Dance Collective (Singapore). Back by popular demand, this ensemble-devised dance and theatre production celebrates friendship across multiple borders – countries, cultures, and abilities. Highlighting the experiences of disabled performers in Singapore and Australia during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the artists welcome you into their homes to explore questions such as: How can we connect online? How are we the same? How are we different? How can the arts bring us together? Come join us from your living room! Are we SAME-SAME?

“This show strips away the fourth wall to inspire us, challenge us, and offer us the confidence to continue facing these extraordinary times. It reminds us we are not alone.” – Thomas Gregory, Theatretravels.org

“Brave and beautiful” – Barefoot Review 

This is a very emotional, evocative and thought provoking piece of theatre. ” Jacqul Wall, http://www.tasaonline.org.au

Performed by: Weng Jia Ying, Judith Teo, Chen Wanyi (Singapore), Jack Sadler, Kobi Taylor, Zoe Walker (Australia)

Co-directed by: Jeffrey Tan (Open Homes) and Andi Snelling (Happy-Go-Wrong)

SAME-SAME2.0 was first created as a Singapore International Foundation Arts for Good Project in 2020. Our tour to the Fringe Festivals in Australia in 2021/2022 began with Melbourne Fringe 2021.

Are we SAME-SAME?

New Zealand Fringe 2022, Sun 20 Feb, 2.30 pm & 4.30 pm, Sun 27 Feb, 2.30 pm, 4.30 pm & 7 pm New Zealand time

Adelaide Fringe 2022, Sat 5 Mar, 2 pm & 4 pm, Sat 12 Mar, 2 pm, 4 pm & 7 pm Adelaide Time.

Published by theatretodaysg.com

I am a theatre director, drama educator and arts producer based in Singapore. I am very keen to collaborate, co-create, involving participation and engagement in creating socially relevant theatre.

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