3 women pushing boundaries in Singapore International Festival of Arts

(From left) Local actress Janice Koh, British artist Tai Shani and Britain-born Australian Lucy McRae. PHOTOS: RIC LIU, TAI SHANI, KORT HAVENS
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SINGAPORE - Women take centrestage in three edgy new productions at the Singapore International Festival of Arts (Sifa), which returns on May 20.

The Straits Times speaks to actor Janice Koh and artists Lucy McRae and Tai Shani about social media, the Covid-19 pandemic and their projects for this year's festival.

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