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Moon Rabbits 


29 & 30 September 2023

7:30pm & 8:15pm

Yishun Pond Park Promenade

90 Yishun Central, Singapore 768828


MOON RABBITS – more than just cute little bunnies! Celebrate this Mid-Autumn Festival and experience an enchanting intergenerational performance at the Yishun Pond Park Promenade right by the Khoo Teck Puat Hospital. Inspired by rabbit myths from many lands, MOON RABBITS will enthrall you with whimsical ethics in a show all about rabbits!  

ARTS FISSION dancers and musicians from wind and percussion group Reverberance, together with children dancers from the Young Fission Benefit and senior performers from NTUC Health Senior Activity Centre (Boon Lay) are set to offer you magical encounters of music and dance in celebrating kinship reunion of the Mid-Autumn Festival. 


Come with families and friends and bring lanterns for the musical Lantern Walk through the serene water garden and pavilions at the Khoo Teck Puat Hospital.  

Flower Moon Over Singapore River 

A Celebration for the Commoner

9 & 10 September 2022

7:30pm & 8:30pm

Cavenagh Bridge

1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178

Flower Moon over Singapore River《花月夜》– the annual Moonstruck Series by ARTS FISSION, will be presented at the historic CAVENAGH BRIDGE. The performance is offered free to the public as a celebration of respite to ease social isolation under the COVID-19 pandemic in the past two years. 

The staging at a bridge is inspired by the famous long Chinese scroll – Upstream at Qing Ming Festival 清明上河图. Original music for the performance is by composer Zechariah Goh Toh Chai. Using contemporary composition treatment, he deconstructs the familiar Chinese music melody of Spring. River. Flower. Moon. Night. 春江花月夜 and presents his version with suona, flute and drums performed by the Chinese percussion group, Reverberance.


The dance works are created by ARTS FISSION Dancers and curated by artistic director Angela Liong. Two duets of note featured myth-inspired dances. DRAGON MORPHING by Aisha Polestico and Andine Elaina references the story of the fish that leaped over the mountain top and transformed into a majestic dragon. GOBBLING THE MOON by Marveen Lozano and Cymone Woo depicts two frogs vying to swallow something more than the animals could handle.

Moon Musing

A Mid - Autumn Celebratory Performance

6 & 7 Sep 2019

13 & 14 Sep 2019

8.30 - 9pm

PUB Boardwalk at Jurong Lake Gardens

104 Yuan Ching Rd Singapore 618665

MOON MUSING is a lunar theme dance performance that takes place by the lake.   The performance makes reference to the 50th anniversary of the moon landing and triggers off our never-ending fascination of the moon. 


The performance pitches old stories and cultural musings with the lunar phenomenon that resulted in an amalgamate of moon related music from operas like Puccini’s Turandot and Dvořák’s Rusalka, a dubstep remix of Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata, and new rendition of the Chinese Suzhou pingtan (苏州评弹)music.      


Part of the set-up also includes a 2-meter floatation moon that lends luminescence to the performance space at the PUB Boardwalk in Jurong Lake Gardens, the third national garden of Singapore.  


Fri, 29 Sep @ 9pm

*Gardens By the Bay, Supertree Grove

Sat, 30 Sep @ 7pm

**Singapore Botanic Gardens Shaw Foundation

Symphony Stage

Sun, 01 Oct @ 7.45pm & 9pm

Phoenix Avenue


Wed, 04 Oct @ 9pm

*Gardens by the Bay, Supertree Grove

Moonstruck is a whimsical dance-theatre piece conceived by professional contemporary dance group The Arts Fission Company.  A cultural collision of the familiar Chinese legend of Chang Er (嫦娥) with the  Apollo 11 moonlanding is sure to delight audience of all ages with a new riveting mid-autumn story.

What’s exciting about Moonstruck is that the dance performance takes place on an open top 41-foot trailer as a pop-up stage (except the performance at Botanic Gardens).


The dance performance features well-known music that are inspired by the moon like Dvorak’s opera aria Song to the Moonand even a metalized arrangement of Beethoven’s famous Moonlight Sonata.

* Held in conjunction with Mid-Autumn @ Gardens by the Bay 2017, jointly organised by Gardens by the Bay and National Arts Council, in partnership with Chinese Media Group of Singapore Press Holdings, Singapore University of Technology and Design, and People's Association.

** Singapore Botanic Gardens performance will be held at the Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage without a trailer and will be joined by musicians from National University of Singapore.

Dance of the Barefoot Guardians


14 & 28 July 2017

5pm & 7.30pm

NTU Centre for Contemporary Art @ Gillman Barracks

In collaboration with NTU CCA Singapore as part of Stagings, Arts Fission presents a dance performance inspired by the film and photographic works of acclaimed German Artist Ulrike Ottinger. China. The Arts – The People. Photographs and Films from the 1980s and 1990s is the first large scale exhibition of the Artist in Asia presented by NTU CCA Singapore*. 

The Exhibition captured and framed in her films and documentaries, China and Mongolia’s everyday life, from its urban to rural environments. In a direct response to Ottinger’s images, Cultural Medallion choreographer Angela Liong created the dance work,
Shaman/Peasants – Dance of the Barefoot Guardians.

The performance intercuts urban trance music with traditional sounds from China’s minority tribes, setting a disparate cultural quiltwork where shaman figures transgress through ancient and modern times, and an urbanite ensemble in blue and black garbs morphs between the ambivalent realms of cultural and political affinity.


9 & 10 December 2016

Arts Centre Melbourne Lawn

100 St Kilda Road, Melbourne

Presented by Multicultural Arts Victoria

In association with Victoria Chiu and The Arts Fission Company (Singapore)


Multicultural Arts Victoria



The Arts Fission Company 


Venue Supporter

Arts Centre Melbourne


With the Support of

The National Arts Council


The Year of the Fire Monkey has unleashed increasing uncertainty and disruption in the world. The collaborative dance creation between Melbourne and Singapore, made across two countries separated by oceans, reflects on the anxiety of our time and invokes collective memories across cultures in the hope to mending broken myths and finding human connection.

Staged at the iconic Art Centre lawn, this site specific piece embraces the energy of Melbourne’s arts epicenter and ties it to the Chinese animal zodiac with 2016 being the Year of the Monkey under the element of Fire. Fire Monkey also involves different communities in Singapore and Melbourne by asking participants to use 3000-year old Chinese oracle bone script to create hand-dyed fabric strips as modern text messages across oceans. The colorful strips made by community members are incorporated in a spectacular installation at the performance site.