'The Bee': Ever feel like pointing a gun at someone but not know if you'll shoot?

  • Arts
  • Wednesday, 31 Jan 2018

Jonathan Chew and Amanda Ang in a loaded scene in 'The Bee', presented by Theatresauce. Photos: Asher Au

For many of us, the limits and boundaries we set for ourselves guard and guide our very steps, making sure we don’t cross the line. At what point do we remove the obstacles?

These pertinent questions form the backbone of The Bee, a modern morality tale, adapted by Japanese theatre director Hideki Noda and British playwright Colin Teevan from a short story Mushiriai (Plucking At Each Other) by Japanese novelist Yasutaka Tsutsui.

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