Category Archives: Essays

Today’s Public Relations consultant is…

Today’s Public Relations (PR) consultant is a jack of all trades. Not only is it necessary for today’s PR consultant to know the brand backwards like a marketer, write like a journalist and execute events like an events planner, he … Continue reading

Posted in Essays, Opinion, Quick Sampling | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Essay on Performativity of Lights in Singapore

Take a stroll down Orchard Road any night and you might notice some of the different kinds of performances that are happening around you. No, I’m not talking about the blind man at the Orchard underpass mangling familiar evergreen hits, … Continue reading

Posted in Essays | Leave a comment

Essay on Feminism in the play, Emily of Emerald hill

“Cross-dressing makes visible what contemporary culture has made invisible: the ‘accomplishment’ of gender” In my essay, I will explore the extent to which this statement is valid, looking particularly at the production of Stella Kon’s Emily of Emerald Hill with … Continue reading

Posted in Essays | Leave a comment

The Effectiveness of Colorblind Casting in Peter Brook’s The Mahabharata

Introduction The Mahabharata is one of the two major Sanskrit epics of ancient India. Comprising of more than 74,000 verses, long prose passages, and about 1.8 million words in total, The Mahabharata is one of the longest epic poems in … Continue reading

Posted in Essays | Leave a comment

Essay on Phonation for Voice Studies

Introduction Phonation is the term used for the process whereby breath expelled from the lungs is modulated by the larynx to create voiced sound. Sound is generated in the larynx, which is a simple-looking organ in the neck involved in … Continue reading

Posted in Essays | Leave a comment