Congratulations to the winners of the 24-Hour Playwriting Competition 2015!

Photo Credit: Siles Khua

Photo Credit: Siles Khua

Finally, the long wait is over! Here are the results for 24-Hour Playwriting Competition 2015. *Drumrolls…*

TheatreWorks congratulates all winners from this year’s competition.

Open Category

1st: Between Consciousness by Lim Jue Hao Isaac

2nd: The Drift by Iris Chia Hoon Nee

3rd: What We Are by Ng Chuan Shiow Angela

Merit: This is Home Truly by Jacke Chye Shing Jye

Merit: Q & A by Wang Wenfeng Jeremy

Youth Category

1st: Supine by Tan Wei Jia Zenda

2nd: What You Have Lost by Ang Jia Yee

3rd: This Lump in My Throat by Nur Sabrina Binte Dzulkifli

Merit: Circumambulations by Tharun Suresh

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Let’s find out what one of our judeges have to say about this year’s competition scripts!

 “If writing is the lifeblood of theatre, then the vast scope of imagination presented by the entries assures us that Singapore English language theatre continues to pulsate with vigour and energy.”

– Dr Jeffrey Tan


One of the winning scripts will be developed and presented as our annual Performance Tour to the South East District in Feb / Mar 2016.

Many thanks to our partners and sponsors: South East CDC, National Arts Council, Engagement Programme Sponsors, Arts Fund, Lee Foundation, Kuo Pao Kun Foundation and Institute of Mental Health.

Special thanks to Becca D’Bus for hosting, Chen Yingxuan for directing and talented actors, Alecia Kim Chua, Ebi Shankara, Shariqhah Efandi and Windson Liong.

Stay tuned to our Writing & Community blog for any updates regarding the performance tour!

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