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Frogman

curious directive (UK)

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  • 21 May - 26 May 2019
    Tue - Thu, 8pm
    Fri, 5pm * 8pm
    Sat, 2pm, 5pm & 8pm
    Sun, 1pm

    NEW SHOW ADDED: 23 May, Thu 10.30pm
  • SOTA Studio Theatre
  • 1h, no intermission

  • Performed in English
  • Admission for audiences age 13 years and above

    Rating: General

    This programme is eligible under the Tote Board Arts Grant Subsidy.

    All Secondary Schools, Junior Colleges / Centralised Institute & ITEs may use the Tote Board Arts Grant to subsidise up to 50% of the programme cost. Schools may use no more than 40% of the total annual grant on overseas programmes.


  • $40*

    *Limited concessions available for students, NSFs and seniors

    Limited student front row tickets at $10

 
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Frogman

curious directive (UK)

Fusing a groundbreaking virtual reality experience with a thrilling murder mystery, FROGMAN by critically-acclaimed UK company curious directive takes you to the cutting edge of live storytelling today.

Enter the world of FROGMAN – a supernatural thriller where the skeletons of childhood reappear in the present.

It’s 2019, and Meera, a coral reef scientist, is informed by detectives that her father is being charged for the murder of her childhood friend, Ashleigh Richardson, who disappeared in 1995. Springing back and forth between two timelines, the mystery unfolds through childhood sleepovers with young Meera and her friends, to an underwater search-and-rescue mission. It’s a race against time to find the missing girl.

At the crossroads of contemporary performance and cutting-edge tech, FROGMAN is a coming-of-age drama exploring the fragility of the childhood imagination. curious directive’s pioneering integration of live theatre and virtual reality will open your mind to the possibilities for storytelling in the digital age. 

(Photo by Richard Lakos)


REVIEWS & PRESS

“…beautiful to behold” - The Stage, UK

"Curious directive are theatre pioneers" - The Daily Telegraph, UK 

"Touching and nostalgic" - The Independent, UK


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