A new media experience co-created by a multidisciplinary group of performers, designers and directors. Amid a pandemic, where time and space are warped, and how we exist and connect feels alienating, What If explores being human.
Presenting to you 4 original works that will each be accompanied by a short animation. Audience participation is welcomed in all shows.Find out more
Get to know the life and wishes of a young girl living with cerebral palsy, devised and performed by youths from Tanjong Katong Girls' School.Find out more
An original play that draws on first-hand accounts of parents and siblings of persons with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, devised and performed by youths from Dunman High School.Find out more
All aboard the youths from Dunman High School and Tanjong Katong Girls' School! We gathered at Dignity Kitchen, Singapore's first hawker training centre for people with disabilities and the disadvantaged.Find out more
Embedded writer Corrie Tan, reflects on the position of What If and its part in the discourse about disability and accessibility in Singapore's arts scene. She proceeds to share her observations of the devising process, and how the Covid-19 pandemic has shaped the work, in this 3-part series.Find out more
How may warm-ups be used to create a safe, inclusive space in theatre? Embedded writer Ariane Vanco, explores director Jing Hong’s psychophysical approach to warm-ups, and how it prepares What If's diverse team including its cast with disabilities for rehearsals.Find out more