Pangdemonium Theatre Company is bringing “The Rise & Fall of Little Voice” to Singapore this May!

Following the success of “Fat Pig”, Pangdemonium Theatre Company presents the Olivier Award winning comedy “The Rise & Fall of Little Voice” from the 2 to 18 May. 

The musical is about a shy, reclusive girl named LV (Mina Kaye) who spends her time perfecting astonishing impersonations of Diva’s including, Shirley Bassey, Marilyn Monroe, Edith Piaf, and Judy Garland. Her boozy, out-of-control mother Mari (Denise Tan) and sleazy, small-time “talent scout” Ray Say (Adrian Pang) start “grooming” her for her big stage debut, but all LV wants is a little love, which 
she finds in an oddball romance with equally shy Billy (Shane Mardjuki). As show-time draws closer, the stage is set for LV’s stunning debut performance – and a showdown that will change everyone’s lives. 

This will be the first Pangdemonium production that is adapted to Singapore. It is set in 1974 when Singapore was finding her own voice. 

Audience members will have the opportunity to be “part of the play” when they choose an Exclusive Cabaret Table. The seating will be offered along with Champagne and to add to the festivities, the actors will be moving throughout the section during select scenes. 

THE RISE & FALL OF LITTLE VOICE is a hilarious & heartwarming musical fairytale that will make you laugh, cry and sing – “theatre doesn’t come much better than this.” (The Telegraph) 

The Rise & Fall of Little Voice by Jim Cartwright 
Venue: Drama Centre Theatre 
Dates: 2 – 18 May 2014 
Times: Tue – Sat 8pm, Sat & Sun 3pm, Sun 18 May 8pm 
Prices: $88, $80, $70, $65, $60, $50, $40, $30 
Ticket purchase: 

Exclusive Cabaret Tables: 
Four-seater table $550 
Two-seater table $275 
The Exclusive Cabaret Tables can only be purchased through Pangdemonium Theatre Company. 
Please contact for inquiries.

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