Adorable. A little girl gets to play in the rain for the very first time. If we can, we should all create such moments – for others and for ourselves. Go.

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I enjoyed it. I must admit though, following Shakespearean language for 2 hours was not the easiest thing to do but Love’s Labour’s Lost, one of William Shakespeare’s earlier comedies was very watchable indeed.

I was impressed with the performance and acting especially considering the relative infancy (compared to UK) of the Singapore Arts Scene both in term of age and funding.  I especially thought that the following performances were outstanding:

Elena Yeo as the Princess of France

Andrew Ng as Don Armado

Rishi Budhrani as Berowne

It’s only running until 13th September 2008.

Book and watch it!

I’m going for this performance tomorrow. I’ll let you guys know what I thought. Probably will be a good review as a good friend’s wife is part of it. But hey, this is my blog 😉

Read the synopsis and book tickets for this here

Oh well, to make it simpler, here is the synopsis from the SISTIC website:

SRT’s The Young Co. presents the retelling of William Shakespeare’s Love’s Labour’s Lost – a tale of The King of Navarre who has invited his three male companions to swear a very public oath to study together and to renounce women for three years.

Their honour is immediately put to the test by the arrival of the Princess of France and her three lovely female companions. It is love at first sight for all concerned despite the highly entertaining but hopeless efforts to disguise their feelings.

This runs from 10 – 14 September 2008 at DBS Arts Centre.