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What does Singapore Repertory Theatre do?

Portrait of an Empress and critically acclaimed plays such as ART, The Pillowman, and God of Carnage. SRT has also been on Broadway and collaborates internationally with companies like the Royal Shakespeare Company and Simon McBurney. They are committed to inspiring, engaging, and entertaining audiences of all ages through their productions and learning programs. Supported by the National Arts Council, SRT values storytelling as a means to build a more caring and engaged society.




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  • Donations are tax-deductible
  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 2001
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Cultural Enrichment: SRT enriches society by staging high-quality theatrical productions, including original musicals and critically acclaimed plays from around the world.
  • Artistic Collaboration: The company collaborates with top talent globally, fostering cultural exchange and artistic growth in Singapore and beyond.
  • Education & Learning: SRT's learning programs engage thousands of students, teachers, and children, promoting arts education and development within the local community.
  • Community Engagement: The company actively participates in various initiatives that benefit the wider industry in Singapore, contributing to its overall artistic growth and sustainability.
  • Audience Development: SRT's productions cater to diverse audiences of all ages, fostering a more inclusive and engaged

Donation Income

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Program Expense Ratio

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