Peter and Blue’s Forest Adventure
Back by popular demand, Singapore Dance Theatre (SDT) will be restaging Peter & Blue’s Forest Adventure from 5 - 8 June at the Esplanade Theatre Studio. Created by SDT Artistic Director Janek Schergen, this hour-long children’s ballet production brings together meaningful morals in a time of fun and adventure.
season 2014 media kit
Find out more about SDT, our history, vision, mission and what we have in store for 2014.
romeo & juliet
Experience the legendary tale of love and passion next March as Singapore Dance Theatre presents Romeo and Juliet, choreographed by Singaporean master craftsman in dance, Goh Choo San. From 13 – 16 March, Singapore Dance Theatre will revive this breath-taking romantic ballet at the Esplanade Theatre.
SINGAPORE DANCE THEATRE ANNOUNCES 2014 SEASON
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The Singapore Dance Theatre celebrates the holiday season with the return of the quintessential Christmas classic, The Nutcracker, from 4 – 8 December at The Esplanade Theatre.
Be inspired this November at Passages, Singapore Dance Theatre’s annual Contemporary Season. A 3 – day only showcase, Passages will present a medley of inspiring contemporary dance works at the Gallery Theatre, National Museum of Singapore. This year, three up and coming local choreographers – Max Chen, Ci Ci Chen and Frontier Danceland’s Jereh Leong will showcase their talent and fresh ideas at Passages, the outcome of the Passages choreographic workshop which will equip them with various techniques while stretching their potential.
peter and blue's birthday party
From 26 – 29 September, Singapore Dance Theatre presents Peter & Blue’s Birthday Party, a celebration in conjunction with SDT’s 25th Anniversary year. Performed at the Esplanade Theatre studio, this hour-long children’s ballet production brings together meaningful morals in a time of fun and adventure.
masterpiece in motion
21 May 2013 -Be treated to a visual spectacle as Singapore Dance Theatre (SDT) brings a trio of diverse and exquisite works to the Esplanade Theatre stage from 23 – 24 August. Masterpiece in Motion, SDT’s International Repertory Season, is an annual triple bill featuring three works of internationals standards, showcasing the finest examples of choreography to audiences at home
ballet under the stars 2013
Singapore Dance Theatre’s
Silver Anniversary Gala Performance
Singapore Dance Theatre’s New Home at Bugis+ Mall
3 March 2013 - The Singapore Dance Theatre (SDT) has officially moved to the Company’s new premises at Bugis+ Mall, after 21 years of calling Fort Canning its home. The move is made possible with the support of the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) and National Arts Council (NAC), under the Community/Sports Facilities Scheme (CSFS).
SINGAPORE DANCE THEATRE’S SILVER ANNIVERSARY SEASON
Singapore Dance Theatre (SDT) Artistic Director Janek Schergen has announced the Company’s 2013 season, celebrating its 25th Silver Anniversary. SDT will bring five new works into the repertoire - four world premieres of new works by Edwaard Liang, Natalie Weir, Kinsun Chan and Christina Chan, as well the company premiere of George Balanchine’s exquisite Theme and Variations.
sleeping beauty 2012
masterpiece in motion 2012
ballet under the stars
14 June 2012 - Singapore Dance Theatre brings back Ballet Under The Stars this July with a medley of exquisite and inspiring new works. As Singapore’s favourite annual outdoor dance event since its conception in 1995, Ballet Under The Stars is the perfect evening out for family and friends.
peter and blue go around the world
28 March 2012 - For the coming school holidays this June, Singapore Dance Theatre presents Peter and Blue Go Around the World, an hour-long children's ballet production which brings together the magic of fairy-tale and meaningful morals.
SDT announces Season 2012
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15 - 18 March 2012
8 December 2011 - The Singapore Dance Theatre opens Season 2012 with one of the greatest classical ballets of all time, Swan Lake. This production premiered in December 2007 and was warmly received by both critics and audiences.