In this episode from the well-loved Chinese epic adventure, Journey to the West, Master Tang San Zang and his disciples encounter the White Bone Fiend in their travels. Intent on dining on Tang San Zang, the demoness tricks him into expelling Sun Wu Kong, the Monkey God from the group. Will she succeed or will Wu Kong save the day?
What’s inside the Red Box This story is inspired by Singapore’s founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew and his Red Box which he used while he was in political office. It has become a symbol of his unwavering passion and dedication to Singapore.
Object Puppetry Masterclass with 8 – 10 lessons that includes the theory and practical sessions that introduce its history, manipulation techniques, logic and skills of puppet building and making, as well as movement planning.
No Strings Attached is a festival organised by Paper Monkey Theatre that features puppetry artists from Asia and around the world. The festival this year will present works from artists based in Germany, Korea, Thailand and puppeteers from Singapore. Be inspired and touched by the magical world of puppets.
Mr. Dong Guo is the latest adaptation of a Chinese classic by Paper Monkey Theatre, which strives to make children realise the limitations and consequences of being too nice in doing good. Students learn how to navigate around the perimeters of being kind in various situations – some intended actions may do more harm than good.
This holiday season, Paper Monkey Theatre is excited to present 'Duckie Can't Swim', a digital performance based on a fable!
Inspired by the concept of pop-up story books, join us and be dazzled by the colourful and vibrant lights, and find yourself humming to its melodic music in this paper theatre performance.