Reconnect with nature in audio experience by Checkpoint Theatre

A Grand Design, an hour-long audio experience, was written and performed by local artist Cheyenne Alexandria Phillips. PHOTO: COURTESY OF CHECKPOINT THEATRE
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SINGAPORE - What sound does a panda make? And what does its poop smell like? These questions are answered in A Grand Design, an audio experience that explores biodiversity and the relationship between humans and other living beings.

Presented by local theatre company Checkpoint Theatre, the hour-long work is written and performed by local artist and environmentalist Cheyenne Alexandria Phillips.

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