Super Mommy (我的妈妈是ENY?狮城温馨版), a new heartwarming Mandarin musical from Taiwan coming to Resorts World Theatre in May

Super Mommy Resorts World Theatre

Super Mommy (我的妈妈是ENY?狮城温馨版), a heartwarming and entertaining Mandarin musical, makes its global debut outside of Taiwan at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) (圣淘沙名胜世界) on Friday, 18 May 2018, after multiple sold-out runs in Taiwan last year. 

Super Mommy will be running for five weeks at Resorts World Theatre (名胜世界剧场) with a total of 30 shows from 18 May to 22 June 2018. RWS as a premium lifestyle destination resort and entertainment hub that supports home grown performing talent, RWS has pulled together a recognisable local cast for Super Mommy that paints a touching story of one modern family’s love and sacrifices. 

Super Mommy Musical Resorts World Sentosa

Audience can look forward to a stellar local cast of Super Mommy consisting of Jaspers Lai (赖宇涵), Lin You Fa (林尤发), Chriz Tong (汤薇恩) and Benjamin Josiah Tan (陈俊铭). The story is set in a three-generation household who grapple with real life issues like vulnerability of family ties, treatment of domestic helpers, work-life balance and dementia. 

Dramatic changes descend upon the lives of young Jeremy (小杰), Mother, Father and Grandma when Grandpa’s dementia deteriorates. To better care for Grandpa, Indonesian helper, Eny, is brought in to help out. From someone the family barely knows about, Eny gradually bonds with everybody and becomes an anchoring member the family can barely do without.

Neglected by his preoccupied parents, Jeremy develops an attachment to the capable Eny, who also misses her own son in her hometown, as his motherly figure.  Expect loads of simmering tensions, misunderstood intentions, emotional outbursts and tear-jerking moments.

Through this family’s experiences, the thoughtful musical fleshes out social issues close to our hearts today, the pressures felt in multi-generation households; how dual-income working parents pull off the juggling act of bringing home the bacon and caring for family; prejudices against domestic helpers; and the challenges of caregivers for sufferers of dementia; and more.

It is a heartwarming musical that will strike a cord in our hearts with issues so relevant to what most of families are facing today.

Super Mommy Musical Resorts World Sentosa RWS

The titular role of Eny, who braves unpleasant prejudices and rises to her call of duty in holding the family together, is portrayed with great conviction by Taiwanese theatre actress and singer Luo Mei Ling (罗美玲). She has played this endearing role in previous instalments of the musical in Taiwan, to great acclaim and excellent reviews.

Separately, eight child performers including Estovan Reizo Cheah (谢颖泽) who plays Jeremy, were handpicked in person by effervescent Hong Kong actress Nancy Sit (薛家燕) through an audition for Super Mommy, and coached by Mother Hong Kong Arts Centre (家燕妈妈艺术中心), an arts centre founded by Nancy. Together with the principal adult cast, they will take theatre goers on a reflective life journey that promise to tug at one’s heartstrings, as they view the complicated adult world through their innocent lenses.

Produced by RWS in collaboration with Taiwan’s AMcreative, Super Mommy reflects RWS’s continued efforts in pushing the creative boundaries of entertainment with relevant localised content that resonates with audiences. This live Mandarin musical, peppered with many surprising comedic yet poignant moments, also features a stellar creative team from Taiwan. 

Performing arts veteran and actress-turned-director Lang Tsu Yun (郎祖筠) takes the helm aptly as the show director (导演), where her very own Indonesian helper also cared for her late father.  Celebrated and renowned pop-music maestro Kay Huang Yun Ling (黃韵玲) has been roped in as Music Director (音乐总监) who depicts Eny’s inspiring journey from outsider to fellow family member through her energetic yet soulful music.

With great acting, wonderful music, a touching storyline and backed by a well-experienced creative production team, Super Mommy is set to enthrall and move the entire family.  Tickets are now on sale.  From today till 6 April 2018, theatre goers get to enjoy an early-bird promotion where they receive one complimentary Category One ticket worth S$88 by buying three Category One tickets for any show dates during the show run.  Terms and conditions apply. 

Super Mommy at Resorts World Sentosa

Super Mommy (我的妈妈是ENY?狮城温馨版)

Show Dates: Premieres on 18 May 2018, Friday, and running till 22 June 2018, Friday, for 30 shows on selected nights at 8pm and selected weekends’ matinees at 2pm

Duration: 120 minutes (with intermission)

Show Venue: Resorts World Theatre, Resorts World Sentosa

Ticketing : Tickets are priced at S$38, S$58, S$78, S$88 and S$108. Prices exclude SISTIC booking fees and handling charges.

Tickets can be purchased via: (65) 6348 5555,, Resorts World Theatre Box Office

To find out more, please visit:

Mulan The Musical 木兰少女 now showing at Resorts World Theatre, Resorts World Sentosa


Media Invite and Musical Review: Mulan The Musical 木兰少女 now showing at Resorts World Theatre, Resorts World Sentosa 

Many of us have watched Mulan the movie previously. In fact we know of two of these movies, ranging from the one produced by Walt Disney which was a cartoon animated movie released in 1998 to the Chinese movie on screen starring Zhao Wei in the year 2009.

We are all familiar of the story of how Mulan, the filial and brave daughter disguised as a man to take her aged father place in the army. Our Parenting World team is very excited to catch Mulan the Musical now showing at Resorts World Sentosa. It is interesting to know that this musical is a theatrical romantic comedy from Taiwan that has given this well known century-old legend a different twist to the story.


Li Qian Na (left) and Lai Ying Ying (right) both actresses acted the same role as Mulan with each of them performing the role during different show periods.

The musical was originally written by playwright Tsai Pao-Chang as a stage play and it won first prize in a literary award by the Cultural Affairs Bureau of Tainan City Government in 2007. It was turned into a musical with composer Owen Wang coming onboard for the National Taiwan University’s Department of Drama and Theatre’s tenth anniversary in 2009.

The musical is performed mainly in Mandarin with some Singlish in between. The story started off on how Mulan joined the military pretending to be a male (taking up the name Mulan) and with the General eventually falls in love with her. 


The cast of the Hua family

Our Parenting World’s top 5 reasons why this is the musical to watch:

1. It is funny. Unlike the movie, Mulan: Rise of a Warrior starring Zhao Wei which sometimes maybe too serious, this musical is more light hearted and humorous. We thoroughly enjoyed this musical that makes us laugh away! 


All the images above credited to Resorts World Sentosa

2. Although the musical is from Taiwan, there are well-known Singaporean cast like Pierre Png and Ann Kok in the supporting casts. The beautiful Ann Kok plays the role of Mulan’s sister, Mulian and the handsome Pierre Png plays the Army Head. Catch their performances and support locals artistes! 

3. The script has been adapted to cater to Singaporeans humour and tastes. For example local slang has been added to the dialogue that we can relate to. 

4. The producer of the musical has also included some of the relevant social issues like compulsory military service (yes, Taiwan also have compulsory national service for men, but the duration is shorter than Singapore), gender identity and single parenthood in the musical.

5. Mulan The Musical brings delight to Singapore audience by coming up with 2 original new songs. We understand that this 2 songs took the composers a month to write, so don’t miss it! Bravo to Mulan The Musical for making the effort in coming up with new content and localising the play so that Singaporean audience are able to enjoy and relate to the musical better!

Mulan The Musical will be showing from 16 December 2016 – 5 February 2017.

Please take note that this musical is Advisory 16 (Some Mature Content and Coarse Language)

Additional Information:

Show Dates and Times: 
Friday, 16 December 2016 – Sunday, 5 February 2017
Monday to Sunday: 8pm

Resorts World™ Theatre, Resorts World Sentosa

Ticket Pricing:
(Excludes Booking Fee)
Standard: S$128, S$98, S$68
Restricted View: S$38

To purchase the tickets at Sistic, please go to:

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