What’s In The Bag
by Sathya Sai Centre for Educare
What would you do if you found a mysterious bag sitting on a table in an HDB void deck? Pretend you didn’t see it? Walk away? Call the police?
#whatsinthebag – Three groups of friends (of different races and religions as well as age groups), separately, come across a suspicious looking black bag sitting on a table at an HDB void deck. How each group relates and responds to the bag and ultimately to each other in the process, forms the main crux of the play.
Depicting some of the potential threats that we face as a nation like racial and religious conflicts, dangers of rash online comments, and terrorism, the play conveys key messages on racial and religious harmony in Singapore: That all religions encourage love for motherland and fellow man, that, religions only promote good, not conflict, and that our individual and collective response as a united multi-racial, multi-religious community is crucial in keeping our country safe.
Details of the performance
Date: Saturday, 2 December 2017
Venue: School of The Arts (SOTA)
ADMISSION IS FREE BUT ENTRY IS BY TICKETS ONLY
We can allocate tickets to your institution for the evening performance.
To book your tickets, please contact/WhatsApp to Ms Vasantha @ 91865723.
We look forward to hearing from you.
So, what is in the bag? Join us on Sat, 2nd Dec to find out!
About Sathya Sai Centre for Educare (SSCE)
Founded by Sri Sathya Sai Baba, SSCE is a spiritual organisation that holds respect for all faiths and races as one of its core beliefs. The play #whatsinthebag is one of its manifold efforts to encourage and strengthen respect for all races and religions. Conceptualised and written by the youths and teachers from the Sai Spiritual Education (SSE) Programme conducted by SSCE, the play highlights every individual’s responsibility in preserving the harmony and safety of Singapore by practising the pillars of Social and Psychological Defence (Two of the five Pillars of Total Defence).