Wed, 08 Jan | Centre 42

A TINY COUNTRY

A TINY COUNTRY is a collective storytelling experience using map based and choice-based devices, theatrical elements, and draws inspirations from the Indie game - A Quiet Year. A TINY COUNTRY is provoking, experiential, playful, and exciting.
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A TINY COUNTRY

Time & Location

08 Jan 2020, 8:00 pm – 12 Jan 2020, 10:00 pm
Centre 42, 42 Waterloo St, Singapore 187951

About the Event

 Event DateWed, 8 - Sun, 12 Jan 2020

Wed to Fri: 8pm Sat & Sun: 11am & 3pm Sat: 7pm

Venue

Black Box, Centre 42

Ticket Pricing(Excludes Booking Fee)

Standard: S$27 Buy tickets

A TINY COUNTRY is a collective storytelling experience using map based and

choice-based devices, theatrical elements, and draws inspirations from the Indie

game - A Quiet Year. A TINY COUNTRY is provoking, experiential, playful, and

exciting.

The performance asks each audience member to adopt a dual role -member of a

tribe living in a tiny country who is invested in the country's fate, and who

dispassionately experiments with the people's future like a scientist. It takes place in

an alternate universe, perhaps pretty similar to ours, while its stories fluctuate

between fiction and reality. The collective stories are woven through THE GUIDE’s

past and present struggle, and a crisis in waiting.

"It has been many days since we last ate. We barely manage to find some scrap of

food here and there. These people, my people, my... tribe. I really hope we survive

together."

The country has survived a long history of conflicts and threats. For the next decade,

they come face to face with crossroads. Do they focus on harvesting natural resources

or cultivating talents? Should they explore and expand or strengthen and defend? Do

they unite or tear the country apart?

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