Time Out says
While Singapore Repertory Theatre (SRT) hits the pause button on Shakespeare in the Park this year, the local theatre company is bringing another set of Shakespeare goodness. Experience theatre through a screen instead of on stage as SRT presents screenings of The Bard's iconic plays – The Merchant of Venice (June 12), Hamlet (June 13), and Othello (June 14) – all produced and performed by the internationally renowned Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC).
Follow The Merchant of Venice as he is demanded by a Jewish moneylender to offer a pound of his flesh if he fails to repay the loan. In Hamlet, the ghost of a father sends his living son to avenge his death. While Othello is about a general employed by the Venetian state who secretly ties the knot with the daughter of the senator.