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International Science Drama Competition 2018 

 

 


14 April 2018 (Singapore Finals);14 July 2018 (Grand Finals)
Science Centre Singapore, Annexe Hall 1 (Singapore Finals); Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (Grand Finals)

 

Please see details below for other important dates to take note of (registration, preliminary audition etc).

 

Passionate in science and have a talent in drama?

Time to let the science flow and the drama show!

 

Categories:
(i) Primary School Category
(ii) Open Category

Registration closes on 31 January 2018!

 

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What is International Science Drama Competition?

The International Science Drama Competition is an annual event aimed to promote science through drama. This is a competition involving teams from Singapore and overseas, and will be a great opportunity for you to showcase your talents and compete on an international level.

What is the theme for International Science Drama Competition 2018?

The theme for 2018 is “Science in Sports”. Sports science has been around since ancient Greece when physicians study ways to improve health through nutrition, strengthening muscles in the body and aerobic fitness. In today’s world, sports science grows in demand as we strive to further understand our bodies in order to improve our well-being, as well as enhance athletic performances in the competitive sports and games. Your performance should combine scientific content and drama. More details can be found in the posters and documents as linked below.

How do I participate in International Science Drama Competition 2018?

Primary School Category

  • All participants in the team must be current students of the primary school.
  • Click here to download the competition details.
  • Click here to download the entry form.
  • Please email the completed entry form to Ms Melody at melody_chew@science.edu.sg or Mr Eng Sheng at see_eng_sheng@science.edu.sg or fax it to 6561 6361 (Attn Melody/Eng Sheng) by 31 January 2018.

Open Category

  • There is no age limit for participants. You may participate with your friends, families or community groups. You may represent your school or an organisation or just form a team and compete on your own.
  • No prior acting background is needed to take part as a drama workshop will be offered to all interested participants. Workshop will be held on a weekend between January and March 2018.
  • Click here to download the competition details.
  • Click here to download the entry form.
  • Please email the completed entry form to Ms Melody at melody_chew@science.edu.sg or Mr Eng Sheng at see_eng_sheng@science.edu.sg or fax it to 6561 6361 (Attn Melody/Eng Sheng) by 31 January 2018.

Please refer below for more information on the key dates of the competition.

Key Dates of International Science Drama Competition 2018


Primary School Category
31 January Submission of entry forms
14 March Preliminary audition deadline
27 March Shortlisted Singapore finalists will be informed
10 to 12 April  Rehearsal for Singapore Finals (Venue: Science Centre Singapore, Annexe Hall 1)
14 April  Singapore Finals (Venue: Science Centre Singapore, Annexe Hall 1)
13 July  Rehearsal for Grand Finals
14 July  Grand Finals (Venue: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

Open Category
31 January Submission of entry forms
January to March Drama workshops (for interested participants)
14 March Preliminary audition deadline
27 March Shortlisted Singapore finalists will be informed
10 to 12 April  Rehearsal for Local Finals (Venue: Science Centre Singapore, Annexe Hall 1)
14 April  Singapore Finals (Venue: Science Centre Singapore, Annexe Hall 1)
13 July Rehearsal for Grand Finals
14 July  Grand Finals (Venue: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

 

Enquiries

For further enquiries, please contact Ms Melody at melody_chew@science.edu.sg (6425 2531) or Mr Eng Sheng at see_eng_sheng@science.edu.sg (6425 2599).


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