Local singers take the stage

Singer Inch Chua's 'Til The End Of The World, We'll Meet In No Man's Land was inspired by a trip she took last year to Antarctica.
Singer Inch Chua's 'Til The End Of The World, We'll Meet In No Man's Land was inspired by a trip she took last year to Antarctica.PHOTO: HENZ
From left: Singer-songwriters Art Fazil and Rafaat Hamzah, and Indonesian actress Annisa Hertami.
From left: Singer-songwriters Art Fazil and Rafaat Hamzah, and Indonesian actress Annisa Hertami.ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE

Inch Chua and Art Fazil show off their acting and musical talents in their new productions

Singer-songwriters Inch Chua and Art Fazil might be better known for their music, but the pair are taking on the theatre scene with their newest works.

The Straits Times speaks to Chua, whose music-driven theatre production, 'Til The End Of The World, We'll Meet In No Man's Land, opens on Wednesday; and Art, whose play, Good Morning Jogja, will be staged in Singapore today and in Indonesia on Tuesday.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on April 20, 2019, with the headline 'Local singers take the stage'. Print Edition | Subscribe