12 Jan '11, 3pm

our fab official zine for @m1sff, @TimeOutSG features Lim Kay Siu & Neo Swee Lin, cast of What Did You Learn Today?

published on Dec 30 2010 - 14:33 Lim Kay Siu and Neo Swee Lin have been married for 18 years, and they first acted together in 1986, with Neo playing Lim’s mother. Since then they have acted in more than 20 plays and movies together, including Anna and the King with Jodie Foster and Chow Yun-Fatt, and last month’s W!ld Rice production Cinderel-LAH! What is this play really about? SL: It’s about sharing. We all learn something every day, whether from work or simply from communing with other people. I hope this show will highlight that learning is something that goes on forever. KS: It’s about how couples attempt to influence each other, either consciously or subconsciously…[they] learn life lessons from each other or from their experience together, without necessarily meaning to do so. How do you feel about Singapore’s education system? Do you think kids are enjoying school...

Full article: http://www.timeoutsingapore.com/performance/feature/a-tou...

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