Scandalous Singapore: Secret Lion Circus Drama

Scandalous Singapore: Secret Lion Circus Drama

Bold Decisions

Scandalous Singapore – In my junior year of college, I made the decision to drop out, much to the dismay of my family, to pursue a career in acting. I had entered an acting competition held in Clementi, Singapore, and won first place. My prize was the promise of the lead role in an upcoming movie called “The First Embassy,” as well as a hefty cash prize. The movie would take several months to film, so I used the majority of my cash to rent an apartment in the city. I didn’t know much about the movie because they were trying to keep everything secret until production.

Unexpected Visitor

A few days after I had settled in, I heard a knock at my door and peeped through the keyhole. I was shocked to see an actress I recognized from a play I had seen back home.

“Hello, is anyone home?” she asked. “This is Natalie Lee, the actress.”

Could it be real?

Natalie was one of the most beautiful women I had ever seen. She had a perfect hourglass figure and soft, glowing skin. I could see a lot of that perfect skin since the dress she was wearing was so short. She tried to pull it down, but by making it cover more of her legs, it uncovered more of her ample cleavage. I opened the door.

Introduction and Intrigue

“Hi, I’m Ian Bull. Please come in,” I responded. “Sit wherever you’d like.”

I hurried to move a box so she could sit down on my couch. “I won’t stay long. I just wanted to bring you a copy of your script…You’re a lot younger than I imagined,” she told me as she took a seat. I could see her bright blue panties under her dress. I wanted to see what was underneath them, but I played coy. “I’m actually twenty, but I hear that I look younger,” I explained.

“Are you a college student?” she asked.

“I was, but not anymore,” I laughed. “My parents are less than thrilled, but I knew I couldn’t miss my big break.”

Struggles and Confessions

“My parents acted the same way when I told them I was going to be an actress. Sometimes I think they were right, especially since I got my start at The Arts House,” she said with a sigh.

“You don’t mean that! I’ve seen you in that famous play about World War II. You’re so successful!” I said.

I remembered how she French-kissed a soldier in the play, making me fantasize about her for weeks.

“I was successful, but I honestly haven’t worked in almost a year. The play business is tricky. I accidentally angered my only contact, and she fired me. I wasn’t able to score any more gigs until I got the role as Vanessa in this movie. But between you and me, I don’t even think it’s going to happen.”

Surroundings and Ambiance

The apartment I rented was in a bustling part of the city, filled with vibrant energy and creativity. The area around Clementi, Singapore, where the acting competition was held, is known for its lively arts scene and dynamic atmosphere. The streets are lined with quaint cafes, trendy boutiques, and colorful murals that reflect the city’s artistic spirit. The evenings are especially enchanting, with street performers and musicians adding to the charm. The neighborhood buzzes with activity, making it the perfect place for aspiring actors and artists to thrive and find inspiration.

Scene and Setting

The apartment itself was a cozy haven amidst the bustling city. It was a small but comfortable space, perfect for focusing on my script and preparing for the role. The walls were adorned with movie posters and inspirational quotes, creating a motivating environment. The large windows allowed plenty of natural light to flood in, making the space feel airy and inviting. Outside, the sounds of the city provided a constant reminder of the vibrant world just beyond my doorstep. This setting, filled with both tranquility and excitement, was ideal for nurturing my acting dreams.

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Disappointment and Plans

“The director in charge of our movie is sick; he’s been diagnosed with terminal cancer, and none of the camera crew have been issued contracts or payments of any kind. It just feels like it’s not going to happen,” she said, fighting back tears behind her long eyelashes.

‘For days I tried calling my agent, who was obviously dodging me. After leaving him close to fifty messages, he finally returned my call, telling me that he couldn’t reach the producers and I should count on the movie never happening.’

Apparently, Natalie’s agent told her the painful news at the same time mine finally got around to telling me because she showed up at my apartment crying.

Seeking Solutions

When I let her in, she laid on my couch and began telling me how devastated she was. I wanted to comfort her in so many ways but tried to at least appear respectable.

“Mr. Rajah died, and they said the producer just lost focus of his vision. I’m completely out of money, my lease is up on my apartment, and I can’t afford to renew it. I refuse to go home to my family. I would rather do anything than have to tell them acting didn’t work out! They’ve always judged me. They’ve always told me it wouldn’t happen. They said I’d have my five minutes of fame and then I’d be broke and jobless! I’d rather die than tell them they were right!” she said with angry tears.

Formulating a Plan

“I don’t want to go home either. I literally just let go of a valuable scholarship to come here and be an actor. The good thing is my agent said I get to keep the money they advanced me for the movie. The bad news is that I used most of it up getting this apartment. So I have a place to stay but no way to buy groceries…there’s got to be something we can do…” I told her.

We discussed a plan to get ourselves back on track. She would stay with me for the time being, and we would both work on getting hired elsewhere.

New Opportunities

We figured our best shot would be to visit her estranged acting contact and ask for forgiveness. The lady she had angered was hosting auditions for a play called “The Secret Lion Circus” and was looking for two lead stars as well as many supporting roles. We were both so focused on our plan that I figured it wasn’t a good time to bring up my sexual desires for her, so I kept them to myself. We went together to a place called Arts Play Den. We walked through the auditorium, passing other scantily and exotically dressed actors who were there to audition as well.

Plea for Forgiveness

We located the staging assistant, and Natalie explained she was a friend of Mrs. Nadia and desperately needed to speak with her. The assistant hesitated for a moment and smirked. “Right this way,” she said, leading us down a long hallway to Mrs. Nadia’s room.

She knocked on the door.

“Mrs. Nadia, Natalie Lee and Ian Bull are here to see you.”

“Send them in!” she answered in a devilish voice.

“Oh, if you want controversy that may lead to notoriety, then sign right here. I have the paperwork all made out and was going to hand it to someone today. This city needs a fresh face, and I’ll overlook the half-assed talent of Ms. Natalie Lee if you’ll be my lead!” she announced eagerly.

Securing the Roles

“Okay, but only if Natalie is awarded a lead role as well.” I wouldn’t leave her out.

“Of course! Natalie, here’s a contract for you too!” she smiled, handing us both pens and the contracts.

We signed, relieved to have a new opportunity and excited about the future.

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Signing the Contract

It felt too good to be true, and I was worried about Mrs. Nadia’s reputation for pushing boundaries, but we signed anyway.

“Welcome to the Secret Lion Circus!” Mrs. Nadia said enthusiastically.

Natalie would play Isabel, a girl who dressed up as a lion until she became so obsessed with her role in the circus that she could no longer distinguish fantasy from reality. I was cast as Benedict, the lion tamer. We were relieved to see that the storyline was quite interesting. It was strange, but I had seen stranger plots.

Initial Rehearsals

Isabel would walk around on all fours, pretending to be a lion surrounded by four other “lions,” portrayed by actors. She would want to be the star of the circus, befriend me, obey me, and eventually attack and kill me—or rather, Benedict. We rehearsed our scenes daily at home and on stage, having two weeks before opening night at The Arts House, Singapore. One day, during an on-stage rehearsal, Natalie was a minute late. She ran in, took her place on the platform with the other actors, and apologized.

Unexpected Turn of Events

“I’m sorry, I got stuck in traffic!” Natalie announced as she got down on all fours with her co-stars.

“We will proceed with minor changes in the script,” Mrs. Nadia announced. “Benedict, begin!”

I stood in the center, cracking my whip as they circled around me.

“Faster, you’ll have to pick up the pace if you want to impress the crowds. Come on, Isabel, you told me you were a real lion. Prove to me that you can be tamed!” I commanded.

“Here’s where we’ll be making a change… Benedict, rip the lion costume off of Isabel,” she directed me.

Tense Rehearsal Scene

“But, I have nothing on underneath!” Isabel protested.

“Do it, or you’re fired. I’m the director. If I hear one more excuse, you will all be going home, and I will recast better actors who can take orders,” she said matter-of-factly.

Isabel nodded her silent permission, and I did as instructed, ripping the lion costume off her. She stood there completely naked, every inch of her body flawless.

“Say your line!” Mrs. Nadia yelled.

“Are you sure you are a wild beast? Take my orders!” I proclaimed.

“Make her spread her legs!” Mrs. Nadia demanded.

Scandalous Singapore

The Arts House, where we rehearsed, is a historic building in Singapore. Its grand architecture and elegant interiors set the stage for our intense and unconventional rehearsals. The spacious auditorium, with its velvet seats and dim lighting, created a dramatic atmosphere.

The old wooden stage creaked under our feet, adding to the authenticity of our performances. Outside, the bustling streets of Singapore contrasted with the quiet, almost sacred space inside the theatre. The serene ambiance of The Arts House provided a stark contrast to the heated and controversial scenes we were performing.

Scene and Setting

The backstage area was a hive of activity, with actors and crew members preparing for the performance. Costumes, props, and makeup kits were scattered everywhere, creating an organized chaos. The walls were lined with posters of past productions, each one telling a story of its own.

The scent of fresh paint and the sound of hurried footsteps filled the air. The energy was palpable, with everyone focused on their roles. This setting, combined with the historical significance of The Arts House, made our rehearsals feel even more intense and meaningful.

Intense Climax

“Spread your legs,” I demanded of Natalie.

We were both in shock at what was happening but didn’t hesitate.

“Put your fingers inside her,” Mrs. Nadia commanded.

Natalie whimpered as I inserted my index and middle fingers inside her. She felt wet and warm.

“Put more!” Mrs. Nadia yelled. I slid my ring finger in for a few strokes, then my pinky.

Natalie began moaning as I moved all four fingers in and out of her. She started trembling, her pussy pulsating around my fingers. I glanced over her shoulder to peek at the view of her rosy vagina taking in half my hand and coating it with her wetness.

Unexpected Applause

“Hahahahahaha! That’s all it takes to make her come!” Mrs. Nadia laughed. “Fuck her like an animal,” she said with clenched teeth.

We both didn’t hesitate. We both wanted it. We didn’t care who saw us. Our stunned co-actors watched in silence. I unzipped my pants and pulled my hard cock out. I grabbed Natalie from underneath, turned her over on all fours, and shoved my dick into her pussy. As I rammed her on stage, she got wetter and wetter. My dick felt drenched with her juices. Her perfect round ass cheeks pounded against my stomach.

The Performance

Everybody was dead silent, trying to process what had just occurred before our silence was broken by Mrs. Nadia commanding, “Okay, Isabel. Prove you’re a lion. Attack him and steal the show.”

Isabel performed her part as normal but naked, and the entire cast cheered and clapped enthusiastically. We were no longer embarrassed. We had created something original, something that was pure art. Mrs. Nadia was smiling and said we were ready for opening night. As part of our contract, we were paid the night before opening night with one month’s advance payment.

Opening Night Drama

On opening night, the theater was full. Mrs. Nadia was already talking about booking a bigger venue as The Arts House only seated 150 people. It looked like more than 300 in this intimate theater as people stood all around. We were both eager to perform before a real audience.

The performance began, and people were awed by our entire show. One could not hear a sound except for us actors on stage. The play went amazingly well as we approached the final scene where I ripped Natalie’s clothes off. There was a gasp from the crowd as my erect manhood entered her.

Controversial Closure

As I began to thrust inside of her, the lights came on, and the Singapore police marched in. The Singapore Censorship Police closed us down, ushering the crowd out while boos and mixed abuse from the patrons rang out. We had blankets thrown over us, and Mrs. Nadia was placed in handcuffs and taken away.

I heard they imprisoned Mrs. Nadia. I can’t say I miss her, but I miss what Natalie and I had on stage. The police, after a short interview and obtaining our identification, told us to go home and warned us against repeating the performance.

Future Dreams

Despite numerous petitions, the show never saw the light of day again. We were never given a reason or told what we could do to make the show performable again. However, our chemistry and our erotic story would live on for those who got to see the first and only showing of the Secret Lion Circus. When my lease ran out, I went back to school, and Natalie was picked up for a daytime television show.

For now, I’m an accountant, but I dream of directing one day—and would love for it to be the Secret Lion Circus. I promised Natalie one day things would change, and people with artistic talent would be able to express themselves freely in Singapore. I don’t know when that day will come, but when it does, Natalie will be a true star once again.


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