Frankie will be presenting a new performance entitled Lost Vegas at the upcoming Night Festival 2015. His shows will be on 28 and 29 Aug in the early evening. (The full festival schedule will be released soon.) The Straits Times and Today Newspaper have picked up on the story. Do take a look at the links below and drop by on those dates!
Frankie, alongside Jeff Cheong, creator of the Singaporean of the Day project, and Shannon Heo, a vet and charity runner, has been featured in today’s edition of TODAY. Please click on the link to check it out:
Hi friends, Frankie has just been featured in the ‘Singaporean of the Day’ project. He is interviewee number 50; just in time for our SG50 celebrations! Here is a short write-up on this:
Singaporean of the Day is a project created by a group of friends, through conversations with people from all corners of Singapore. We talked to people on the streets, in the malls, at coffee shops, schools, void decks and even trains, to catch a glimpse of their dreams and hopes for this little island we call home. Tweet us: @sgoftheday Mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org Friend us: facebook.com/Singaporeanoftheday
Do connect with them and share their work with your friends. Their team has put in incredible effort to showcase the stories of interesting Singaporeans from all walks of life.
Many thanks to the team behind this project for dropping by our studio for this interview!
This year’s edition of the International Theatrical Festival featured 23 performances from Poland, Argentica, Belarus, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Greece, Holland, Japan, Jordan, Germany and Italy. The International Theatrical Festival ‘Valise’ is an artistic and cultural event that is well-known and established in the international calendar of the cultural events in Europe, since its beginnings 28 years ago. The performances were spread out across several venues in Lomza, Poland, and were well-received by the general public.
Mascots and Puppets Specialists presented one performance of ‘Streets of Singapore’ at the Puppet and Actor Theatre Stage. The programme was ticketed and it was almost a full house. Our performance was warmly-received, with many audience members coming to the stage after the performance to see the puppets up-close and to take photos with them. Some audience members were especially intrigued by our Chinese-themed puppets and song, as well as the mechanisms involved in our puppet construction. Our team also had a great time interacting with the other artists at the Festival.
Many thanks for Festival Director Jaroslaw Antoniuk for the invitation, and to the National Arts Council and the Lee Foundation Singapore for making this trip possible!
Backstage with audience members after our show
With Festival Director Jaroslaw Antoniuk
Interview with Pawel Lisiecki of TV Nasra Lomza
This trip is presented with the kind support of the National Arts Council (Singapore) and Lee Foundation Singapore.