The company’s eclectic approach to theatre-making creates diverse works interpreting both the classics and contemporary pieces. It also actively challenges and experiments, creating an exceptional array of local works while fostering opportunities for exchange with the international community through collaborations with eminent artists from abroad and crafting performances for international audiences.
"Our theatre should aspire to objectively critique life, respectfully entertain audiences, and forever explore new, uncharted territories. Based on this basic consensus, we shall debate among ourselves vigorously as we support each other loyally,"- Pao Kun wrote this in 2002, a vision which was and will serve as a guide and inspiration for generations to come.
Through his passing in September 2002 marked the closing of a pioneering chapter, it also marked the beginning of a new and promising phase ahead for The Theatre Practice. Under the leadership of a younger generation that includes Kuo Jian Hong and Wu Xi, The Theatre Practice has moved into a new phase of its artistic journey. On this journey, The Theatre Practice strives to maintain equal, harmonious and mutually interactive working relationships, and create a platform to nurture new and young local artists, developing local talent with artistic integrity.