April 10, 2017
NGOPI finishes with a bittersweet taste
"Choreographer, Norhaizad Adam negotiates coffee culture; the tasty, the ugly and the horrendous take over of corporations on the reach and delicious coffee bean."
Ezekiel Oliveira, FiveLines
April 3, 2017
"Ngopi" by P7:1SMA: Stop and Smell the Coffee
"The audience steps through the door of the Drama Centre Black Box into an arena of wooden crates and sacking, the whiff of wood and coffee beans in the warm light of a late afternoon."
Chan Sze-Wei, Arts Equator
October 21, 2016
Young artists attempt to bring to life past memories and hidden histories of Kreta Ayer
"Hanging Milo tins and a missing five-legged chicken feature in Pop-Up Noise at Kreta Ayer Square.."
Nabilah Said, The Straits Times
October 14, 2016
Down Chinatown's memory lane
"YOUNG Singapore artists are going to reconnect with Chinatown and "transform" Kreta Ayer Square for one week in the first Pop-up Noise: Soul Searching event."
Cheah Ui-Hoon, The Business Times
March 30, 2016
"This past weekend, P7:1SMA – a new contemporary dance company focusing on Asian contemporary dance and rooted in the Malay dance form – had their debut production Belon, a contemplative piece that was more mentally challenging than I had expected it to be."
Hazwanny, Managing The Malay Arts
March 27, 2016
Review: Old meets new in dance performance, Belon
"During the post-show dialogue of P7:1SMA's (pronounced as Prisma) performance, Belon, its young artistic director Norhaizad Adam, or Haizad as he is better known, was shy when answering difficult questions about the problematic discourse on the dichotomy between the traditional and contemporary."
Lee Mun Wai, The StraitsTimes
October 14, 2016
Tari Melayu kontemporari 'terbang' ke Austria
Norhaizad Adam performs his short work "Belon" to an international audience at ATLAS Residency for ImPulsTanz Festival.
NurMaya Alias, Berita Harian
March 28, 2018
Podcast 37: "Joget" "Intersections: Traditionally Speaking"
"This month they discuss two programmes that took place earlier this month: the first is Joget, presented at the Esplanade and featuring the work of four Singaporean choreographers: Norisham Osman, Norhaizad Adam, Badarudin Hassan and Hasyimah Harith..."
Chan Sze-Wei, Chloe Chotrani, Soultari Amin Farid
March 22, 2016
Getting into character-
in the loo
"Dancer-choreographer Norhaizad Adam is the founder of a new dance group called Prisma, which aims to blend Malay traditional dance with contemporary dance."
Lee Jian Xuan, The StraitsTimes