Chicken Little by Singapore Repertory Theatre’s (SRT) The Little Company

Chicken Little SRT The Little Company

What happened if you are a fearful little chicken and one day, you think the sky is falling! What would you do? Do you have the courage to venture out of your comfort zone?

SRT’s The Little Company presents Chicken Little which is an original musical that is set to please. It will be a great day out for the whole family to enjoy this new musical adventure and spend a fruitful time together! 

SRT The Little Company Chicken Little Alyssa Lie

The main character of the story is Chicken Little played by Alyssa Lie. Poor Chicken Little, she is constantly teased by her older brother and sister for being timid and always scared of everything. She has no confidence and is always fearful. One day, something fell on her head and she thought the sky is falling! She is so worried and very scared. She decided to muster enough courage to venture out of the farm and she feels that she has to inform the King of the worst that is going to happen, the sky is falling and it will crush everybody. She has to let the King know and save everyone!

But can she do it? 


Along her journey, she met 3 wonderful friends, they are Cocky Locky by Dwayne Lau, Ducky Daddles by Ann Lek and Turkey Lurkey by Crenshaw Yeo. However, they did not realise that someone has been following them with ulterior motive, Foxy Loxy by Natalie Yeap. Foxy Loxy can’t wait to eat them up and what will happen to Chicken Little and her friends? Watch the musical to find out. 

We enjoy watching the cast of Chicken Little, they put up a stellar performance bringing each of their character to life. They have so much chemistry with one another and it is delightful to watch them. We simply adore Chicken Little and we can see how she has transformed from a timid, innocent little chick to a brave one. Looking at the response from the audience, you can see the children are totally absorbed into the story. They laughed, sing-along and clapped enthusiastically when Chicken Little saves the day! 


School holidays is round the corner, it is a good time to bring your kids and watch this hilarious and at the same time meaningful musical. It teaches you to learn to face your fears like Chicken Little, accept the challenges and overcome each of the challenge. Make friends and friendships are important, you cannot do things by yourself. If you set your mind into doing things, you have to be determined and you will achieve your goal. In the end, Chicken Little and her friends overcome all odds and get to see the King!

It is a highly entertaining and colourful musical that comes with catchy songs that the whole family can enjoy! Chicken Little will be showing till 8 December 2017. 

Chicken Little

Show Dates and Time:

Wednesday, 25 October – Friday, 8 December 2017

Weekdays: 10am

Weekends: 11am & 2pm

KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT 

To find out more and to purchase the tickets at Sistic, please visit:

Singapore Repertory Theatre (SRT)’s Red Riding Hood 小红帽

SRT Red Riding Hood Chinese

It is not often we watch a full musical in Mandarin and we are certainly impressed with the latest offerings by Singapore Repertory Theatre (SRT)’s Red Riding Hood 小红帽! 

We are all so familiar with the all time favourite fairytale, “Little Red Riding Hood” about a young girl and a Big Bad Wolf. However, SRT’s Red Riding Hood 小红帽 brings the story to a greater height with more delights and unexpected twists! 

SRT Red Riding Hood

小红帽 known as Little Red explores the story of a brave, young girl who has to venture deep into the woods to visit her grandmother for advice to save her parents’ cake shop which was about to close after the mystery disappearance of her father. On her journey to visit her grandmother, she met a charming Big Bad Wolf and believed in his tales to go into the forest to pick some beautiful flowers as a gift for her grandmother. This is against her mother’s advice as she has warned Little Red not to venture into the forest and stick to the main road. Little Red has also given the direction to her grandma’s house to the Wolf without knowing it has plans to find the house to eat up grandma!

On her way, she met a forgetful but helpful woodcutter, Will who carried a magic book also known as “A Book of Important Things”. Audience will embark on a magical journey with the two of them with the help of the book to cast spells and save them from danger. Will Little Red with the help of her new friend, Will the Woodcutter reach Grandma’s house in time to save her from the Wolf? 

SRT Red Riding Hood 1

小红帽 is a fun and highly entertaining show this is full of unexpected twists that keep you wondering what’s next?

There is not a dull moment in the musical and be mesmerised with bright and cheerful songs that will keep you entertained throughout. Not to worry if you are not strong in Mandarin as the show and its dialogues are in simple Chinese. On the day we watched the show, we can see that many kids are immersed with the show and are laughing out loud at the the witty dialogues among the cast. 

SRT Red Riding Hood 2

All the above images credit to Singapore Repertory Theatre (SRT)

Let’s talk about the cast, the whole show has been brought to live with the strong performances by the cast. The cheerful and lively Little Red by Sharon Sum, the convincing performance of Big Bad Wolf by Ric Liu, the caring and lovingly Little Red’s mother by Katherine Tang, the vibrant and energetic performances of the forgetful Will the Woodcutter by Sugie Phua and the adorable and doting grandmother by Eleanor Tan.

Our Parenting World (OPW) team has earlier interviewed Eleanor Tan who is often described as a “theatre stalwart” who has performed in iconic musicals such as Dick Lee’s Hot Pants and Beauty World. Look out for her coming performance at Singapore Repertory Theatre’s Forbidden City: Portrait of an Empress and A Twist of Fate.

Full interview with Eleanor Tan at: 

Red Riding Hood

After successfully staging it in English, Singapore Repertory Theatre’s (SRT) The Little Company now presents Red Riding Hood in Mandarin. Red Riding Hood is an uplifting story about a brave girl named Red who must journey through the forest to reunite her family and save Mother’s bakery from closing down.

Will she reach Grandma’s house in time? Or will the charming Big Bad Wolf distract her from her quest? Join Red on her adventure into the woods, where no one is what they seem!

Filled with humour and packed with original music, this is a fantastic show to be enjoyed by children and adults of all ages. This show is recommended for aged 5 years old and above. 

Hurry, don’t miss this wonderful production and book your tickets now! 

Show Dates:
Thursday, 20 July – Friday, 1 September 2017

Show Times:

Weekdays: 10am
Weekend & Public Holiday: 11am & 2pm

KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT 

To book your tickets, please go to

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