10 November 2021 – 14 November 2021 @ Recital Studio, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay


Today we're talking about change. 

We believe that we have it in us to change - and change for the better. We would like to distinguish between right and wrong behaviours. 

Basic values must be upheld and must stand as the cornerstone of any modern society we live in. For example, we need to create social stability, harmony and security. We must protect and promote strong family bonds. Decadent Western lifestyles and divisiveness through activism must be rejected. Socially irresponsible behaviours such as racism, religious intolerance and alternative lifestyles threaten our moral fabric, and are therefore rejected by the government. 

If we are not upholding the basic values of our society, we must change.

We would like to present three plays about change: Indians Can Change, Homosexuals Can Change, and Marxists Can Change. 

Please enjoy the performance. We look forward to an engaging discussion.

Playwright: Haresh Sharma
Director: Alvin Tan 

Cast: Joshua Lim, Karen Tan, Masturah Oli, Tan Guo Lian Sutton

Lighting Designer & Set Coordinator: Faith Liu Yong Huay
Multimedia Designer: Jevon Chandra 
Costume Designer: MAX.TAN

Production Stage Manager: Charlinda Pereira
Assistant Stage Manager: Emeliana Zulazmi

Wardrobe Assistant: Fithriyaani Zainuddin, Patricia Gabriel 
Stage Crew: Nearra Tng 
Project Manager: Nicole Lim 

(Source: The Necessary Stage Archive)

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other stagings


Haresh Sharma
Alvin Tan
Faith Liu Yong Huay
Lighting Designer, Set Coordinator
Jevon Chandra
Multimedia Designer


Abuse Suxxx!!! and Other Plays
"A silent revolution? A SILENT revolution? Honey, silence means consent. It means we play by THEIR rules. You’re in the closet? So am I… We have to tell people that we are in their midst—whether they like it or not." ‍— Clement, in Mardi Gras “ABUSE SUXXX!!! ends with the actors in a straight line, eyes filled with yearning, arms outstretched and beckoning. Beckoning perhaps, for us to enter their minds and consider the cavernous possibilities of a world, topsy-turvy through their eyes. No
Haresh Sharma
Published: 2016