Electrify My World

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ORGANISED BY : Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre, Nine Years Theatre

Electrify My World

1879, Thomas Edison successfully created the first practical incandescent bulb. He was about to light up New York and the entire world, using his Direct Current electrical system. Along came a lesser known inventor named Nikola Tesla who would go on to prove the superiority of Alternating Current over Edison’s Direct Current. A battle ensued, ambitions and aspirations clashed. What drove these great minds to achieve the impossible, and what must they learn to give up in order to truly benefit the world?

Inspired by historical events, Electrify My World by Nine Years Theatre is a power-charged, original play that will jolt you into seeing Science and Humanity in new light.

 

Ticket Price:
Live show: $38 (Tue – Thu), $42 (Fri – Sun)

Note: Subject to prevailing Safety Management Measures, patrons may be required to complete Pre-Event Testing (PET) before catching the production. Patrons are expected to bear their own costs of Pre-Event Testing at appointed clinics. Individuals who have successfully completed COVID-19 vaccination in Singapore will be exempted from PET (i.e. 14 days have passed since the date of the last required dose for your vaccination). Individuals who have recovered from a COVID-19 infection may also be exempted from PET.

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Event Date & Time

Oct 08, 2021 - Oct 17, 2021

8pm

Venue

SCCC Multi-Purpose Hall, Level 7

Event Language

Mandarin with English subtitles

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