The Singapore Monologue Slam 2017
Sat 20 May 2017
2.00pm – 4.00pm (open until 6.00pm)
Location of the Hangout info-session:
Haque Centre of Acting & Creativity (HCAC)
22 Dickson Road, #02-01, Singapore 209506
Nearest MRT: Rochor MRT, Bugis MRT, Little India MRT
The Singapore Monologue Slam 2017 (second edition) is back!
The *competition itself* is only accepting total of *60 pax* from anyone aged 13 to 35.
# For age 36 and above: Please see below.
Competition Website: sms.methodproductions.sg
Deadline to sign-up the competition: 30 June 2017
We are organising a series of meet-and-greet / Hangout sessions for prospective participants of the Singapore Monologue Slam (SMS) 2017 competition. During this meet-and-greet session, you can browse through the Haque Centre of Acting & Creativity (HCAC) library – we have a library of plays and monologues books perfect to help you embark on your journey as an SMS participant. We will have some 2016 SMS participants around to share their experiences too.
At the Hangout, you can expect to:
- Find out more about the competition
- Learn more about your casting type
- Get advice on suitable monologues for you to perform
- Receive one-on-one consultations with directors on your final monologue selection and even performance advice.
- Get fed with some drinks and snacks.
What if you are over 35?
If you’re over 35 and would love to participate in our FIRST-EVER ONLINE COMPETITION (bit.ly/SMSover35), we’ll have a little videography corner for you come down and record your monologue. This is due 1 JUNE 2017!
The winner of the over-35 online SMS slam will gain automatic entry into the Grand Slam for SMS on 24 SEP 2017, an event t-shirt, one complimentary ticket to the Grand Slam and a monologue masterclass.
Free studio space and recording facilities at Haque Centre of Acting & Creativity (HCAC) will be available on:
– FRI 12 MAY, 3pm to 9pm
– SAT 20 MAY, 3pm to 9pm
PS: There’s going to be free food for this hang-out and on 12 and 20 May!
Bring a friend or two along! We love meeting new people.
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