Those Who Can’t, Teach by Haresh Sharma

“The play throws up questions on the roles of parents, students and teachers, but does not collapse into an impotent tirade against society. The script is joyous. The laughter is warmly wry, not caustic.” – The Straits Times “Those Who Can’t, Teach does much to do away with the stereotypes and fallacies of the teaching … Continue reading

The Optic Trilogy by Alfian Sa’at

Dark humour marks the trilogy. As Woman puts it in “Brilliance”, ‘fate has a sense of humour. It’s fond of cruel pranks’. In “Transparency”, both the social escort and client turn out to be locals although Woman wanted a Caucasian escort so she can keep her pretense as a tourist and Man hints that he … Continue reading