The first major theatre in Asia to open in Singapore was the Mikaél Ottès theatre in Sion.
The first season opened in March 2016 and attracted more than 150,000 visitors.
A second season opened this year.
The new production, Theatre of Tomorrow, stars Mikaèl Ottë, an Australian writer and playwright, who is a former teacher in Singapore.
He also stars in the new O’Neil play, ‘Norman Murtaugh’s Wife’.
The film is set in the 1970s and revolves around a family of five, all actors and musical performers who are members of the theatre.
“Theatre has always been the place where I feel most connected to my country, to my community and my people,” said Otté.
The family is an ethnic Chinese family living in Sions suburb of Singapore’s Bandung.
Otté has written a number of playwrights and actors including Misha Karki, and the new production is directed by Kanku Karasan, who wrote the screenplay.
“It’s a story about how Singapore became a great theatre country,” said Karasen.
“I’m really excited to bring this to Singapore, to this theatre-loving country.”
The new show is the second for MikaþÜs production company, with the first being the show ‘Sisters and Sons’ in 2016.
In 2016, Mika and his brother were nominated for the National Arts Award.
The Mikaes and Mikaets’ theatre has had a big impact on Singapore, with many people coming to see the play on stage.
“A lot of people, especially younger generations, came here because of Mika,” said Mika’s wife, Aileen.
“They came here with their parents, because they love theatre and they see how beautiful theatre is, and they can see that theatre is something they can participate in.”
“They are so excited about it, because we are doing something they have never seen before,” she added.
Mika has a new play coming out this year, ‘Anatomy of a Show’, which is based on the memoirs of Norman Murtùs wife, Misha.
“Norman was a really wonderful man and a great writer, and he had this amazing book about his family,” Mika said.
“He’s a great inspiration to us, and we’re thrilled to be working with him again on his novel.”
Mika is also working on a play called ‘A World of My Own’, which focuses on a group of Australian expats.
“We’re doing the whole of Asia,” Mica said.
The play is about the first two decades of the 21st century and the way it changes in each generation.
“People have always been interested in the changing world of theatre, and I think there’s a lot of interest now, especially in Asia,” he said.