Until the month of June 2011, The Substation will be rolling out the Associate Artist Showcase, a series of exhibitions, performances and film screenings demonstrating the artistic processes and research of some of The Substation’s current associate artists.
This time round, the theater performance What The Dog Knows by associate artist Elizabeth de Roza aims to “explore the continuance of a life wherein everything is hinged on a person’s own interpretation of existence.”
The plot—a man and a woman have a message for humanity, for all their invited guests. But it’s in Morse code. And only one dog knows it. To crack the code, one must play the game. The conditions, rules and method of playing are unknown, but one must think big to win big; take the risk. But can we afford to take the risk when the rules are defined only in the playing? Can we trust the players? Will the dog speak? Is it better to leave the message untold?
What The Dog Knows will be performed from Feb. 24 to 26, 7:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. at The Substation Theatre. S$15 from The Substation Box Office. For reservations, contact Mish’aal at +65 6337 7800 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
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