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Volume 1 Issue 3
September 2012
GRAPEVINE
GRAPEVINE

Drama Box's Green Habits

Written by Amanda Leong
Translation by Teo Eng Hao


Often seen incorporating messages of environmental-consciousness, regeneration of resources and sustainable living into their works, even bearing a green (colour) logo, it is only right that Drama Box practise what they preach. Step into their little Box and learn about the little green habits of the people in there!


Letterbox

We dare say this is the only mailbox in Singapore that looks like this. Conceptualised by a few good people, this mailbox was made by recycling a canvas sheet from the set of Bus Stop. It is compressible, durable, and makes retrieving mail a whole lot of fun.


Files

Used props are given a new lease of life, and now sit on our shelves, serving us well.


Metal Can Tabs

Can tabs are collected, to be donated to The Prostheses Foundation in Chiang Mai, Thailand.



Plastic Bottles

Trash is sorted out, and recyclables are brought to the nearest collection point.


Tumblers

A daily boost of caffeine when we tapau from the surrounding kopitiams, but never without our own tumblers.


These are but a few of our quirky insistence. What about you? Are there green habits you practise at home or in your work place? Do share them with us!

GREAT LOBANG!

Win a pair of David The Best 2.0 Kucing Kuraps FTW tickets worth S$58 each!

Share a personal story on the power of the little, on Drama Box's Facebook page now. Story that garners the most "Like" will win a pair of David The Best 2.0 Kucing Kuraps FTW tickets worth S$58 each!

Terms & Conditions:
  • Submission deadline: All stories to be submitted before 30th September 2012.
  • In case of dispute regarding contest winner and prize, the decision of Drama Box shall be final.

*Note: David The Best 2.0 Kucing Kuraps FTW is performed in Mandarin without English surtitles!
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