It is that time of the year again when sugar and candy could potentially become a whole meal. The time when children, dressed in their scary yet endearing costumes, go around the neighbourhood, hand in hand with their best friends, comparing candy quantities and screaming, “Trick or treat!”. This Saturday, on the last day of October, it is Halloween.
For adults however, Halloween is the opportunity to slip on (or off) into something other then our usual, amazing self; a transformation into a magical inspiration or the opportunity to unveil a dark and sexy alter-ego. In the interest of potentially sugar crashing the night away (and slipping off into something ‘more comfortable’) MILK Photographie had the exciting opportunity to work on a very ‘sinful’ shoot for Halloween.
Pangdemonium has done it once again; they have produced yet another amazingly hilarious play. This time around, that entertainingly smart play is “Chinglish.”
Their first ever bilingual play, “Chinglish” by David Henry Hwang is a thrilling, topical and timely tale of an American businessman’s adventures when he travels to China to seal a lucrative deal. Unlike Daniel Cavanaugh; the dis-Oriented hero who gets lost in translation throughout the play, you do not have to be. Subtitles, as and when they are needed, have been creatively and ingeniously included as a part of the projected effects of the backdrop, making this production suitable for all.
The talented casts include Adrian Pang, Audrey Luo, Daniel Jenkins, Matt Grey, Oon Shu An and MediaCorp Artiste Guo Liang.
As the official photography partner for Pangdemonium, MILK Photographie (and friends), were thrilled to have been a part of the gala premier of Chinglish last Saturday.
Chinglish runs from 9 - 25 October 2015, at the Drama Centre Theatre.
You can also visit Pangdemonium’s website for more details.