My Cyber World (2019 - 2022)
Art Form GenreTheatre
Programme Format On-site
Venue School Hall/ Auditorium
Target Audience Primary-Lower, Primary-Upper, Secondary-Lower, Secondary-Upper, JC/CI, ITE, SPED
My Cyber World addresses youth's addiction to the internet-cyber culture. In this time where social media dangerously alters our ways of social interaction , online gaming replaces physical sports, how do we find balance between the virtual and the real world? Nolly, a 15 year old teenager from a well-to-do family, had always topped her class. When she chanced upon Sapphire 13, the latest and coolest computer game, things around her seemingly started to take a turn for the worst. Her compulsive obsession with Sapphire 13 had her distanced from friends and family. Problems of suffering school grades, losing friends were soon to follow. The situation worsened when she found out that her parents were getting a divorce. Overwhelmed by all these misfortunate happenings, she went into a state of self-denial by shunning everyone, including her closest best friend, Betty. Nolly's world continued to revolve around her cyber battles in Sapphire 13, a virtual world where she escaped into. Finally one day, a phone call from the school principal. Nolly will be expelled as she has failed all the subjects in her year-end examination. Highlights to watch out for: A) A post performance talk where students understand more about the theatre performance and its the production/creative process - brainstorming, scripting, props/sets construction, rehearsals and direction. B) A theatre piece strongly connected to the Singapore context and relevance. Learning Points for the audience: A) To experience and be aware of the local arts; local works, artists and performers. B) To be inspired, believe and realize individual's dream. C) To learn about performing arts as personal and social forms of expression. What we do to ensure a quality performance: A) Creative Tree provides professional audio equipments to ensure that students experience a good theatre experience. B) Regular rehearsals are conducted for the actors C) Regular updating of the scripts to ensure our performances are updated and relevant to the audience.
Microphone / Audio/Sound System
Stage Lighting (if applicable), a clean empty stage
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Creative Tree (Est. 2000) is dedicated to arts education through dance and theatre. We strive to provide a holistic education where our youth can experience performing arts and beyond; enrich and better themselves as individuals in society.
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