Theatre review: Pulau Ujong offers a series of mini-lectures on environmental issues

Pulau Ujong, a play about climate change in Singapore, conveys the diversity of views about tackling climate change. PHOTO: WILD RICE
Al-Matin Yatim in Pulau Ujong. PHOTO: WILD RICE
Siti Khalijah Zainal in Pulau Ujong. PHOTO: WILD RICE
Koh Wan Ching in Pulau Ujong. PHOTO: WILD RICE
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Theatre
Pulau Ujong/Island At The End
Wild Rice
Ngee Ann Kongsi Theatre
Friday (Sep 16), 7.30pm

Pulau Ujong/Island At The End is not so much a play as it is a series of mini-lectures. Granted the speeches are written by playwright Alfian Sa’at, so there are lyrical lines which deliver the message of climate change and impending armageddon in shapelier form than might otherwise have spouted from the more earnest lips of advocates and lecturers.

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