en route

one step at a time like this (Australia)

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  • In-venue: Central Singapore
    14 – 30 May 2021

    14-16 May, Fri-Sun
    19-23 May, Wed-Sun
    26-30 May, Wed-Sun
    11am, 2.30pm & 5pm

    14-15, 21-22, 28-29 May,
    Fri - Sat
  • $35*
    *Limited concessions available for students, NSFs and seniors

    • Site-specific

    • Approximately 2h, no intermission

    • Rating: General

      No admission for infants-in-arms
      Admission for audience age 13 years and above

      A set of instructions will be emailed to each audience member upon purchase of a ticket.

  • Important Information for attendees of the live performance

    Measures will be taken to ensure the health and safety of all patrons.

    This includes wearing a mask at all times for both staff and patrons, temperature taking, TraceTogether check-in and observance of social distancing during the performance.

    Please note that admission into public places requires TraceTogether (TT). Do download the TT app on your mobile and set it up beforehand, or bring along your TT token for check-in at the venue. No other check-in modes will be accepted. We regret that patrons without TT at the entrances will be denied entry. Click here for the latest SMM updates.



en route

one step at a time like this (Australia)

See Singapore as if for the first time – in this unique pedestrian-based live art event.

En route is a walking, listening, immersive journey through the streets of Singapore. Conceived by one step at a time like this, a collective of Melbourne artists known for their journey-based, mobile and immersive works, en route is a love song to our city, unfolding her myriad spaces, both personal and private, present and past.

Engaging with audio, mobile phones, urban streetscapes, walking and the city, en route invites you on a journey – both inward and outward – through the thoroughfares and back-alleys of Singapore and what you make of it.

As you journey, fragments of narrative, musings, local music, sound, philosophy intertwine with directions, wanderings, observations and found experiences. The spontaneous choreography of passers-by, streets, alleys and buildings becomes the site onto which you project your own narratives and meanings.

Part traveller, witness and voyeur, come view the world in the process of making itself – en route – emerging, dissolving, as perceptions, insights and senses, make and remake the city you inhabit.


en route

Created by one step at a time like this

(Suzanne Kersten, Clair Korobacz, Paul Moir & Julian Rickert)

In collaboration with Richard Jordan Productions

Associate Artist: Sharon Thompson

Australian Producer: Erin Milne, Bureau of Works

 Photo credit: Jane Barlow


One Step At A Time Like This

one step at a time like this is a collaboration between Melbourne contemporary theatre artists, Suzanne Kersten, Clair Korobacz and Julian Rickert. Employing an expanded notion of theatre, one step at a time like this creates internationally acclaimed works that allow audience-participants to see cities, architecture and others afresh. Their shows tend to be journey-based, mobile and immersive, combining digital media with live performance. With a strong focus on audience centrality, their works allow audiences to slip seamlessly between real-world locales, virtual worlds and narrative elements. 

one step at a time like this is recognized internationally for its highly innovative approach to place-responsive theatre and have been commissioned to create works for: Sadler’s Wells; Chicago Shakespeare TheaterLondon Olympic Festival; Situations, UK; Melbourne Festival among others. 

Recent works include: sea insideDansereana Nord, Norway; upsidedowninsideout, Sadler’s Wells, Culture Station Seoul, Arts Centre Melbourne; Immergence, Situations, UK; Since I Suppose, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Oz Arts Nashville, Arts House and Melbourne Festival. 

Find out more about one step at a time like this here.

Richard Jordan Productions

Richard Jordan Productions is based in London, under the artistic leadership of award-winning British producer Richard Jordan. In 1998, he was the first recipient of the Society of London Theatre/ TIF New Producers Bursary Award. He enjoys production and creative relationships in over 28 countries. Described by The Stage as “one of the UK’s most prolific theatre producers”, a new work specialist and experienced dramaturge, Richard has been at the forefront of creating, developing, commissioning, and producing works often with a strong social and political agenda. Since 2010, Richard Jordan and one step at a time like this develop and produce their work together worldwide. His past productions have won over 60 major awards including: the TONY; Olivier; Emmy; Dora; Scotsman Fringe First; Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award; Spirit of the Fringe; Herald Angel; Total Theatre; US Black Alliance; Obie; and the John Gassner Award. 

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Venue Supporter:

Music Book Room

National Museum of Singapore

Tania El Khoury (Lebanon)

Scott Silven (UK)

Tania El Khoury (Lebanon) and Basel Zaraa (Palestine)