Marking the first theatrical collaboration between Singapore, Taiwan and South Korea, Musical Taru is now showing at Resorts World Sentosa featuring a star-studded cast that includes Wong Jinglun, Ling Xiao and Freya Lim.
The fantasy musical set in modern day Singapore tells the tale of three young protagonists who, along with resurrected museum exhibits from prehistoric times, embark on a search for the stolen fossil of a baby T-Rex named Taru.
A localised adaptation of a 2016 South Korean box-office hit, Musical Taru was produced by RWS in collaboration with Taiwan’s AMcreative and South Korea’s Culture Holic.
The musical incorporates puppetry from South Korea, with creative support and direction from Taiwan’s AMcreative.
Audience members can expect energetic dance numbers, music, arresting visuals made possible through stage sets and props, as well as creative life-sized dinosaur fossil puppetry.
Musical Taru made its regional premiere at Resorts World Singapore on December 7, and will run till January 13, 2019, with night (20.00) and matinee (14.00) timings available. The musical is performed in Mandarin, with English subtitles, and runs for 80 minutes without intermission.
Tickets are priced at S$38 (US$27.70), S$58, S$78, S$88 and S$108, excluding booking and handling fees. Prices exclude SISTIC booking fees and handling charges. Tickets can be purchased via Sistic or the Resorts World Theatre Box Office.