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The Theatre Practice presents Moving Gods

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The Theatre Practice is presenting Moving Gods, a play in Mandarin starring Ho Lai Kuen, Johnny Ng, Danny Yeo Jun Wei, Emma Yong and Alvin Chiam, at Jubilee Hall, Raffles Hotel from 9 - 12 July 2003. Moving Gods is written by Lim Jen Erh and directed by Wu Xi. 

Wandering Into The Night ~

A taxi driver comes to an old dilapidated building and fetches an old woman on her way to an old folks home. As the journey progresses, the driver becomes increasingly lost. Wandering in circles, once familiar streets become strangely unfamiliar, and landmarks fade into the long night. Dawn approaches, the destination is still nowhere in sight.  The old woman apologises and alights. 

Past Lives Passing ~

The temple is about to be demolished, there are too many gods to move, and no one can decide which gods to be relocated and which gods to be destroyed.  As the auspicious moment for moving the gods fast approaches, time becomes increasingly frenetic and people begin to work at a maddening pace.

Suddenly, a taxi driver arrives...

Performances: 9 - 12 Jul 2003 at 8pm; 12 Jul 2003 at 3pm. Tickets at S$25 & S$19 are available at all SISTIC outlets. Call (65) 6348 5555 or book online at www.sistic.com. Price excludes S$1 SISTIC fee. 10% discount for senior citizens, students and NSMen. 

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