Emily of Emerald Hill - Performance History
SELECTED LIST OF PRODUCTIONS
Produced by Five Arts Centre, 17 Nov 1984, in Seremban & Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Singapore Drama Festival, at Drama Centre, Singapore.
Common-wealth Arts Festival, at Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Edinburgh Arts Festival Fringe, at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, Scotland.
East–West Centre, Honolulu, Hawaii
Excerpts from the play. Produced by Practice Theatre Ensemble as part of Dramatic Encounters, Singapore
Produced by The Lions Club of Singapore and Singapore Action Group of Elders, at DBS Auditorium, Singapore
Produced by Practice Theatre Ensemble, at The Substation, Singapore. Mandarin translation by Ng Sin Yue and Fok Yit Wai.
In aid of St Theresa's Convent School Building Fund, at DBS Auditorium, Singapore.
Tribute performance for President Wee Kim Wee, at Jubilee Hall, Raffles Hotel, Singapore. Jointly produced by Raffles Hotel and Margaret Chan
In aid of Singapore Chinese Girls' School Building Fund, at SCGS Khoo Auditorium, Singapore
Universiti Malaya Sarawak, Kuching, Malaysia and Civic Centre, Kuching, Malaysia.
Actors Studio Theatre , Kuala Lumpur.
Star Alliance Citry Festival, Hong Kong
Produced by Wild Rice Productions, Jubilee Hall, Singapore.
Pearlly Chua’s 100th performance as Emily, at Old China Café, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Central Academy of Drama Beijing
Georgetown Festival in Penang, Malaysia.
Wild Rice 10thAnniversaryProduction at Esplanade Theatre, Singapore.
Produced by the Canticle Singers, Malaysia, in collaboration with Phoenix Theatre, at The Phoenix Theatre, Wollongong, Greater Sydney
At The Peranakan Museum, Singapore, in conjunction with the exhibition Emily of Emerald Hill: Singapore Identity on stage.
Pearlly Chua’s 200th performance of Emily, at Damansara Performing Arts Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Performance at Esplanade Theatre Studio, as part of Esplanade Studios 50 series.
Mar- June 2015 Paris, Montpellier, St Etienne, Nantes. 21 May Singapore.
Emilie d'Emerald Hill. Translated intoFrench and presented (with Kuo's Coffin is to big for the Hole) at French-Singapore festival -- including Paris, Montpellier, St Etienne, Nantes.
In Singapore at National Museum Gallery Theatre.
May to Dec 2015, Chinese translation, Beijing, Baoding, Chongqing, Kunming, Liuzhou, Hangzhou, Guangdong, Tianjin.
May 2016, Singapore. Directed by Sharmila Melissa Yogalingam, performed by Laura Kee.
October and December 2016, at the Little Heritage House, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. Directed by Chin San Sooi, performed by Pearlly Chua.