Universe of Feelings: A Multi-Sensory Theatre Adventure | #BuySingLit

Universe of Feelings: A Multi-Sensory Theatre Adventure

Date & Time

This programme is postponed to May. Please check back for updates on the postponed dates and timings.

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Venue

Enabling Village, UOB Ability Hub - Hall 1
20 Lengkok Bahru, Singapore 158828

Admission

$20 (General), $10 (Restricted View)
*Strictly no admission for infants-in-arms. Children 3 years old and above must purchase a ticket for entry. Each ticket sits one individual.

This programme is postponed. Please check in again for an update on the registration link.

Description

Nobody seems to understand six-year-old Darryl, until one day he meets a mysterious new friend, Blob. The visitor from space takes Darryl on an adventure through the Universe of Feelings. Developed from an inclusive arts residency at Rainbow Centre and published as a children’s book in 2019, Universe of Feelings follows a minimally verbal boy’s journey as he experiences an array of emotions. The show hopes to spark more understanding about children with special needs who communicate in ways other than words.

The performance is produced by Superhero Me, supported by Republic Polytechnic’s School of Technology for the Arts and Enabling Village. It is designed for a diverse crowd aged 5-12 years, and features a borderless set with no stage, sensory craft and props to enable audience participation, and modified light and sound elements to accommodate children with special needs. In partnership with Rainbow Centre, Superhero Me will also train four youths with special needs as Foley artists for the production.

Organised By

Superhero Me

About the Organiser

Superhero Me is a ground-up inclusive arts movement that harnesses the arts to empower children from less privileged backgrounds and special needs communities. The non-profit arts group focuses on inclusive programming, creative advocacy and strategic cross-sector partnerships to shape the narrative of inclusion in Singapore. From its birth in 2014 as an early childhood programme in Lengkok Bahru, Superhero Me has reached out to more than 20,000 people through a myriad of efforts.