Weebly's new for me, and it honestly hasn't been the most friendly program for blogging. (Of course, it is free.) Ideally, I'd like to rearrange the entries here so they run in forward order from Day 1 to Day 18, but that doesn't seem possible. Doesn't even seem to be possible to create an easily clickable calendar of the festival.
So, here's what you can do if you're trying to do research. Go to Categories on the right: select the name of the artist you want to know more about, a location, or a theme. If you're researching the whole of this year's FCP, select the day - Day 01 Yangon, etc. Entries will be displayed in reverse chronological order.
You can also just click on Artist Interviews above to get a sense of how the artists felt about the event in retrospect. Be warned: it's
I've been dragging my feet on this final post, which I've saved for last because it commemorates the most vital elements of the Flying Circus Project: the administrators, technicians and volunteers who worked behind the scenes to keep things going.
It's a non-comprehensive list, and it doesn't have everyone's names. Will fill them in via crowdsourcing. Lemme know via comments if I've mislabelled anyone!
My name's Ng Yi-Sheng, I'm a writer from Singapore, and I've been a Creative-in-Residence with TheatreWorks since 2006. I've served as blogger-documenter for two previous Flying Circus Projects: Singapore/Vietnam in 2007 and Singapore/Cambodia in 2009/2010.