a line could be crossed and you would slowly cease to be
M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2021: QUIET RIOT!  //  Esplanade Theatre Studio  //  Singapore  January 2021

a line could be crossed and you would slowly cease to be

I know we’ve barely even met, and I hope you’ll forgive me for saying this. Because I want to say… it’s terrifying—to live.

Weather changes are converging on the equator. Fish are boiling, beaches are drowning, seashells are breaking, and palm trees are coming down. Meanwhile a mother searches for a lost son, humans look for otters, and a Merlion keeps track of change. There is a timeline, or a deadline, depending on how you want to look at it. A line could be crossed… or have we already crossed it?

This work was originally performed by the graduating students from Intercultural Theatre Institute in 2019.

Performer  - Grace Kalaiselvi
Performer – Irfan Kasban
Performer – Jeramy Lim
Performer – Liz Sergeant Tan
Performer – Shahid Nasheer

Playwright – Andrew Sutherland
Director – Koh Wan Ching
Stage Manager – Chee Mei Rong
Lighting Designer – Huang Xiangbin
Sound Designer – Vivian Wang
Sound Engineer – Pung Ki May
Photographer – Rachel Lim Hue Li
Video by Tuckys Photography

Supported by Arts Fund and BinjaiTree