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In With/Out, Loo Zihan (above) reinterprets a groundbreaking 1999 play about Singapore's first public face of the HIV/AIDS virus.
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Loss-Layers by A.lter S.essio features one powerful performer dancing within a prescribed area of light.
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The Necessary Stage's 'untitled women' returns to the stage with some of Singapore rising theatre actresses, from left Sharda Harrison, Ethel Yap and Edith Podesta.
M1 FRINGE FESTIVAL

Fabulous Fringe

M1 Fringe Festival 2015 returns with a new artistic director and more challenging works.
Jan 9, 2015 5:50 AM

INTO its 11th year, the M1 Fringe Festival continues to showcase some of the most challenging art from around the world. Among the highlights of the festival, which runs from Jan 14 to 25, is a recreation of the 1999 stage monologue by Paddy Chew, Singapore's first public face of the HIV virus,