M1 Playhouse Reps 2016, Anuja and Vignes

 With Playhouse 2016 just 7 days away, the NUS Medical Society’s PR Directorate will be releasing NEW episodes of Humans of NUS Medicine, DAILY, featuring our very own Playhouse reps!   To kick off this new edition, we sat down with one half of the M1 Playhouse reps, Anuja, to garner what little teasers we could about what the M1s have in store. Being passionate about drama and eager for new experiences, Anuja volunteered for the position of Playhouse rep.   What’s the main theme for the M1 play?  “The main theme of the M1 performance is regarding family relations. We’ll be exploring the relationships amongst 4 siblings and how they resolve family tensions and seek closure.”   What are you most excited for the audience to see?  “Without giving the game away, there are 3 main things! The first thing would be the original music. Most of our music has been composed by M1 musicians. Secondly, dance. Our play is a musical so we have choreographed dancers who are going to perform along with the music. Lastly, the aesthetics. Our sets and props have been made from scratch, and we’ve put in a lot of effort! We hope that the aesthetics please the audience.”  When asked about what the audience could hope to take away from the performance, she answered without skipping a beat, “treasure your family”.

With Playhouse 2016 just 7 days away, the NUS Medical Society’s PR Directorate will be releasing NEW episodes of Humans of NUS Medicine, DAILY, featuring our very own Playhouse reps! 

To kick off this new edition, we sat down with one half of the M1 Playhouse reps, Anuja, to garner what little teasers we could about what the M1s have in store.
Being passionate about drama and eager for new experiences, Anuja volunteered for the position of Playhouse rep.

What’s the main theme for the M1 play?
“The main theme of the M1 performance is regarding family relations. We’ll be exploring the relationships amongst 4 siblings and how they resolve family tensions and seek closure.”

What are you most excited for the audience to see?
“Without giving the game away, there are 3 main things! The first thing would be the original music. Most of our music has been composed by M1 musicians. Secondly, dance. Our play is a musical so we have choreographed dancers who are going to perform along with the music. Lastly, the aesthetics. Our sets and props have been made from scratch, and we’ve put in a lot of effort! We hope that the aesthetics please the audience.”

When asked about what the audience could hope to take away from the performance, she answered without skipping a beat, “treasure your family”.