Dine on canapes and explore idea of home in Theatre Practice’s new shows

Theatremakers Ng Mun Poh (right) and Ang Xiao Ting are behind the first two live shows at The Theatre Practice. ST PHOTO: GIN TAY
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SINGAPORE – Explore the idea of home and snack on Ah Hua Kelong hor d’oeuvres at The Theatre Practice’s first live productions since the pandemic.

Writer-actress Ng Mun Poh’s Chinese monodrama Almost Home explores the tensions of family and duty in a story inspired by her own life as a Malaysian away from home over the past two years. It will be staged at The Theatre Practice’s black box space from Sept 14 to 18.

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