Here's how you can make a contribution to Singapore theatre
Want to know what it's like when your favourite local musicians come together to jam? Get a taste of what goes on behind-the-scenes on stage with Pangdemonium's latest fund-raising effort. Bringing together the hottest names in local music — Nathan Hartono, Benjamin Kheng, Inch Chua, Tabitha Nauser and Andrew Marko — for a one-night-only performance, the non-profit organisation hopes to raise funds to continue staging works that make you think, reflect and respond.
Not only are the foursome a talented bunch of singers, they also form part of Pangdemonium's alumni — with Kheng being the latest member to join the group in upcoming musical, Fun Home. You've already seen Nauser in Rent, Hartono in Spring Awakening and Marko in Falling, but did you know that Chua voiced those soothing vocals for the classic, 'Wouldn't It Be Nice' in Pangdemonium's latest production, Tango?
Contributions start from as low as $35, but if you're feeling generous (and you should), donations go up to $200 as well. Support the arts, and in the meantime, have a smashing good jam.
The Jam: A Pangdemonium Fundraiser will take place on 1 September, 8.30pm at the Esplanade Concert Hall. Book tickets.