Youth gun for the stage: More theatre groups set up by artists in their 20s

(Clockwise from top left) Patch and Punnet, The Assembly Point, Bound Theatre and The Second Breakfast Company. PHOTOS: GIN TAY, THOMAS P. BRUNNING, BOUND THEATRE, THE SECOND BREAKFAST COMPANY
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SINGAPORE - An actress in a goldfish costume shakes her head. In front of her, on the same level, audience members are seated on chairs or a sofa in a shophouse attic in Little India.

This is a scene from a performance of Fika & Fishy, a show that is about a goldfish and a pet dog, yet not quite for kids, which ended its run early this month.

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