COLLABORATORS

Bernice Ong
Bernice Ong is an artist and designer working across live and visual formats. Some productions include – The Studios: This Chord & Others (2017); Intrusions (2016), which was nominated for best set design at the M1-Straits Times LIFE Theatre Awards. Aside from designing for the theatre, her other works have also been performed, exhibited, and screened internationally. Bernice has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drawing & Painting, and Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Media, Film & Theatre from the University of New South Wales, Australia. She was also a recipient of the Cate Blanchett Prize for Performance Studies and the Jenny Birt Award for Painting.
Three Fat Virgins Unassembled
Chanel Chan
Since her graduation from LASELLE College of the Arts with First Class Honours, Chanel Chan is a freelance theatre practitioner with a wide vocabulary of artistic skill sets. Some of her local works include 13.13.13 by TheatreWorks, Offstage (Emergency Stairs), The Last Bull: A Life in Flamenco (Checkpoint Theatre) and The Good, The Bad, The Sholay (Checkpoint Theatre) to name a few.
Grace Kalaiselvi
A graduate from Intercultural Theatre Institute (ITI) in 2014, Grace dabbles in acting, directing, educating, storytelling and writing in different combinations for stage. Some of her own creations include Goddess of Words - Sarojini Naidu (2019), The Old Fogies (Octoburst'18 – Esplanade) and Stories & Songs from the Bow (Feed Your Imagination'17 – Esplanade). Through her various interdisciplinary works, Grace seeks to inspire discourse and give voice to minorities and the suppressed.
Munah Bagharib
Behind Munah's bright, bubbly and carefree personality on television is a prolific actress who never fails to deliver varied yet consistently inspiring performances. Whether she is exploring the unjust treatment of women in power as Ana in Teater Ekamatra’s Projek Suitcase, or singing and dancing as Chiobu in the Broadway Beng 10th Anniversary Show, Munah always leaves an indelible mark. One of her most prominent works include her critically-acclaimed performance in Nassim Soleimanpour's White Rabbit Red Rabbit.
Ovidia Yu
Inspired by her experience with Writer's Lab, Ovidia Yu published Three Fat Virgins Unassembled and The Woman in A Tree On The Hill, a work that has since won the Scotsman Fringe First Award in Edinburgh's Fringe Festival. Set in Singapore, her plays explore (often with comic consequences) the struggles of soul-searching, law-abiding, food-obsessed, money-loving Singaporeans trying to understand themselves and their relationship to society and the universe. Now focused on fiction writing, Ovidia’s next book is The Paper Bark Tree Mystery, a history mystery set in colonial Singapore.
Rebekah Sangeetha Dorai
Rebekah Sangeetha Dorai is an actor, singer and voiceover artist. Recent selected theatre credits include her solo show Building A Character at the 2018 W!ld Rice Singapore Theatre Festival, Discord of Discourse at The Faversham Fringe (Kent, United Kingdom), Modest Travels by Tan Kheng Hua, Grace Kalaiselvi’s Goddesses of Words, and the Esplanade Studio’s Miss British. As a singer, Sangeetha has also written songs for various productions and recently debuted her solo jazz concert Sangeetha Sings Sinatra - live at the Esplanade in early 2019. She is ecstatic to be a part of Three Fat Virgins Unassembled and looks forward to the mayhem.
Zelda Tatiana Ng
Zelda Tatiana Ng is an independent actor/director, founder and creative director of GroundZ-0 原。空間. With over 20 years of experience in the arts, Zelda is a veteran well-versed in the art of language, forms of classical theatre and various disciplines of contemporary theatre. Some of her latest works include Always On My Mind 《我在你左右》, Shadows In the Walls《壁中影》and The Reunification of the Two Koreas – A Singapore-France collaboration by TheatreWorks.
Apotropaic Texts
Zarina Muhammad
Zarina Muhammad is an artist, educator and writer. In the various embodiments of her works, she is particularly interested in the broader context of myth-making, ritual magic, oral histories, the cultural biographies of objects and Southeast Asia's provisional relationship to mysticism and the immaterial against the dynamics of global modernity. Her most recent exhibitions include The President's Young Talents 2018, Singapore Art Museum and Stories We Tell to Scare Ourselves With, Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei.
Marylyn Tan
Marylyn Tan is a queer, female, linguistics graduate, poet and artist who has been performing spoken word since 2014. Marylyn is interested in emancipating the marginalised and the alienated body through her work. Her first volume of poetry, GAZE BACK, published by Ethos Books is the lesbo Singaporean trans-genre witch grimoire you never knew you needed.
Constance Singam
Constance Singam is an author and civil society activist. In the last thirty years, Constance has led women’s organisations, co-founded civil society groups, been a columnist in several national publications, and contributed to and co-edited several books. Her works include A history of the TWC: Building Social Space in Singapore (2002), Re-Presenting Singapore Women (2004) and The Art of Advocacy in Singapore (2017) all of which she co-edited. She released her memoir Where I was: A Memoir from the Margins in 2013 and her second memoir Never Leave Town without Chilli Sauce in 2016. She is a regular letter writer to the Forum Page and has contributed op-ed pieces to main- stream newspapers. She blogs at: https://constancesingamblog.wordpress.com
Power of Letters
Dana Lam
Dana Lam is a writer and artist. Her most recent work is Still Life, a story of two women’s longing and journey to the self, she wrote and performed in collaboration with Checkpoint Theatre (Feb/Mar 2019). Her work includes She Shapes a Nation, a short film of Singapore women’s voices (2009), Days of Being Wild: Walking the Line with the Opposition, a book on the General Elections of 2006 (Ethos Books, 2006), and When Bellies Speak: You Are Your Own Work of Art, an installation of over 500 belly casts at Hong Lim Park (8 March 2015). Dana has worked as a newspaper reporter and volunteered with AWARE (Association of Women for Action and Research), serving as its President several times, the last from 2009-2011.
Dahlia Osman
Dahlia Osman is a multidisciplinary artist with diverse artistic and teaching experiences in New York, Japan, Brunei, London, Australia and Singapore. Her art examines neuroplasticity, her personal narrative and relationship with her environment, and the wider connection between human relations and experiences. She is also an arts educator with over 25 years experience in teaching students and adults drawing, sculpture and printmaking.
Noorlinah Mohamed
Noorlinah is an award-winning actress of stage, television and film. As an actress, she has worked in Asia, Europe and the US. She is also a teaching artist, and a consultant in arts pedagogy with a PhD in Arts Education from the University of Warwick. Noorlinah is a recipient of the JCCI Cultural Award (2008) and the Women's Weekly Women of our Time Award (2005) for her contributions to the arts. In 2019, she is one of the featured women artists in TheatreWorks 2019 season of Women & Voice.
Film Programme
Wong Chen-Hsi
Chen-Hsi Wong is a Singaporean writer-director who debuted with her first feature film, Innocents. It premiered in competition at Rome International Film Festival, and won several awards, including Best Director - Asian New Talents at the Shanghai IFF, Best Screenplay at Ourense IFF and the Jury Prize at Films de Femmes Creteil. Chen-Hsi is currently working on her next feature, City of Small Blessings, which was developed at the Torino Film Labʼs Adaptlab (2016), the Cannes LʼAtelier Cinefondation (2017), and the Venice Gap-Financing Market (2018). The project was awarded the New Talent Feature Grant by the Singapore Film Commission. Chen-Hsi received her BA (Hons) from Wesleyan University, and her MFA in Film Production from USCʼs School of Cinematic Arts.
24-Hr Playwriting Competition
Munah Bagharib - Game Mistress
Behind Munah's bright, bubbly and carefree personality on television is a prolific actress who never fails to deliver varied yet consistently inspiring performances. Whether she is exploring the unjust treatment of women in power as Ana in Teater Ekamatra’s Projek Suitcase, or singing and dancing as Chiobu in the Broadway Beng 10th Anniversary Show, Munah always leaves an indelible mark. One of her most prominent works include her critically-acclaimed performance in Nassim Soleimanpour's White Rabbit Red Rabbit.
Aswani Aswath
Aswani Aswath, an Honors graduate in English Literature from National University of Singapore (NUS) is a freelance writer, currently pursuing her Masters in Creative Writing at Lasalle College of Arts. Some of her plays include Absence Makes the Heart... (2018), and Pazhuppu staged by Ravindran Drama Group (2017). Previously a Resident Playwright for Buds Theatre Company, Aswani's co-written audio environmental installation, Under the Five Trees was recently commissioned by National Gallery Singapore for showcase at the Light to Night Festival 2019.
First Read: Well of Silence
Grace Kalaiselvi 
A graduate from Intercultural Theatre Institute (ITI) in 2014, Grace dabbles in acting, directing, educating, storytelling and writing in different combinations for stage. Some of her own creations include Goddess of Words - Sarojini Naidu (2019), The Old Fogies (Octoburst'18 – Esplanade) and Stories & Songs from the Bow (Feed Your Imagination'17 – Esplanade). Through her various interdisciplinary works, Grace seeks to inspire discourse and give voice to minorities and the suppressed.
Hemang Yadav (Nandabalam Panneerselvam)
From experimental theatre to romantic Shakespearean plays, Hemang Yadav is a versatile actor with many faces. Hemang played Bhagavadha in Experimental Theatre Company's Hayavadhana, Kent in Ho Tzu Nyen’s The Lear Universe for the Singapore Arts Festival, Lennox in World-in-Theatre’s Macbeth and Demetrius in A Midsummer Night’s Dream by Stageclub. Aside from the theatre scene, Hemang has played diverse roles in local films such as Here and Gone Shopping, as well as in television shows for Vasantham, Okto, Channel 5 and Channel News Asia.
Mumtaz Maricar
Mumtaz Maricar is a practicing visual artist and art director who enjoys working in fields pertaining to the arts and performance. She received her Fine Arts Degree from RMIT with 1st Class Honors and exhibited in various places including the Jendela Gallery, Esplanade. Her works explore cinema, memories, feminine archetypes, the formation of early identity and the transgressive nature of the body. Mumtaz has come back into theatre after a long time and is very excited to be a part of Well of Silence.
Ruban Maniam
Beyond his work as an actor on television, Ruban Maniam is also a professional theatre performer. After his debut performance as a supporting actor in Murasu by Ravindran Drama Group, Ruban continued on to perform in Pazhuppu in 2017 as one of the lead characters in the show. Ruban has also been involved in the biennial stage production of NTU Tamil Literary Society, Uthraa in 2016 and 2018, where he performed as an actor playing pivotal roles in both years.
Sharda Harrison
Sharda graduated from LASALLE COLLEGE OF THE ARTS with a B.A in Acting. She has acted for a range of local theatre companies in Singapore such as Wild Rice, Cake Theatrical Productions, The Necessary Stage, TheatreWorks and the Singapore Repertory Theatre. Sharda runs her own theatre and education company, Pink Gajah Theatre which she founded in 2013. Her most recent work under Pink Gajah Theatre is, Hayat commissioned by the M1 Fringe Festival 2018, ‘Lets Walk’. Sharda has performed internationally as an independent artist in Adelaide, Croatia, Indonesia and Malaysia and in Perth with Pink Gajah Theatre touring her company work, Temuan ( the meeting) at the Perth Fringe Festival. 
Akshita Nanda
Akshita Nanda was born and raised in Pune, India and has lived in Singapore since 1995. Armed with her NUS Honors degree and a pen, Akshita knows what to do with radioactive spiders and a full spectrum of human emotions. Apart from being a columnist for arts and culture for The Straits Times since 2007, Akshita has an award winning novel to her name - Nimita's Place was shortlisted for the 2017 Epigram Books Fiction Prize. Up and coming, her latest novel Beauty Queens of Bishan will be published by Penguin Random House SEA and released later this year.
Edith Podesta
Edith Podesta is an theatre maker, choreographer and actor. In 2017, she was awarded Best Original Script and Production of the Year at the Straits Times Life! Theatre Awards for her production BITCH: The Origin of the Female Species. Edith is currently the Associate Artistic Director of Young & W!LD, a division of W!LD RICE Limited.
Nimita's Place: Staged Reading
Daisy Namdar Irani
Daisy is best known for originating the role of Daisy in the much loved TV series "Under one Roof” and as the director of a number of Asian Television Award winning shows. She has worked with the major theatre companies in Singapore, the latest being “Displaced Persons Welcome Dinner” by Checkpoint Theatre. She received the Life Theatre Best Actress Award for her performance in HuM Theatre's "The Prisoner of Mumbai Mansion". Daisy is the founder and creative director of HuM Theatre. She has been a juror for the International Emmys since 2008.
Indumathi Tamilselvan
Armed with a Diploma in Applied Drama and Psychology from Singapore Polytechnic and currently pursuing her Bachelor of Arts in Acting at LaSalle, College of the Arts, Indumathi Tamilselvan is an all-rounded freelance actor/educator and a fervent believer in the use of theatre to better understand and shape the world we live in. Her works on stage include Ancient Civilization Museum: Neon Light DreamingEventand After Dark Festival, Children’s Musical Theatre: Gloobaloo, BABES Forum Theatre Production:Dear Nobody, AWARE’s Forum Theatre: Just A Bad Day, and Singapore Discovery Centre’s National Day; School Assembly Showcase Tour: Who stole my Pineapple Tarts?
Manisha Joshi
Manisha Joshi (MJ) is an emerging freelance actor/educator who is currently taking her B.A(Hons) in Acting at LASALLE, and wants to discover more about performances involving social issues. She has performed and spearheaded various School productions, Singapore Youth Festival (SYF) Competitions in her Secondary and Junior College Drama Club, and represented her school in the National Story Challenge organised by The Theatre Practice. Aside from theatre, she has emceed for college functions, directed her JC's Drama show and expanded her abilities by choreographing dance routines for school competitions. Ever since then, physicality has been her utmost speciality.
Mehr Dudeja
Mehr Dudeja is an Indian actor and voiceover artist. Her selected theatre credits include: ‘Miss India’ (DASTAK Hindi Theatre Festival) directed by Neelu Dogra, ‘The Insiders’ directed by Jo Kukathas, ‘Trick or Threat’ directed by Rei Poh, ‘Temple’ directed by Natalie Hennedige, and ‘This Is Not SITI Company’ directed by SITI Company. Mehr received her BA(Hons) in Acting in 2018 from LASALLE, College of the Arts.  Mehr is bilingual and is interested in intercultural artistic collaboration.
Namrata Juneja
Namrata Juneja is a second year Musical Theatre major who enjoys show tunes, fashion and cooking. She has previously worked as a lifestyle writer, an editor, a stylist and is on her way to becoming a full-time performing artist now. Namrata is passionate about telling stories and believes that the arts have the power to spearhead change, giving people a voice when they don’t have one.
Nicole Hofbauer
Nicole is a budding actor and drama educator. With a diploma in Applied Drama and Psychology, one of her proudest works is Jiak Kantang - a Theatre in Education programme exploring how youth relate to being Singaporean. She has also acted in Pull up by One Man Riot, Anything Can Happen / Something Must Happen as part of the Young and W!LD programme, and multiple school assembly showcases in collaboration with organizations like the Singapore Discovery Centre, Singapore Red Cross, and Singapore Kindness Movement. 
Debra Teng
Debra Teng has been acting since she was a child in theatre, film and television productions. Trained in London's Mountview Academy Of Theatre Arts, she was nominated in 2000 for Best Actress in the New York TV Awards for her telemovie Or Else, The Lightning God, and has starred in The Kitchen Musical on AXN, the Second Singapore Short Story Project: Coming Full Circle and the drama series The Private Bengs, to name a few. Debra is also a corporate facilitator/roleplayer and a passionate marine conservationist. She recently produced online talkshow series about sexual harassment called Under The Carpet: #metoo.
First Read: Book of Mothers 
Edward Choy
Edward is an actor, host, voice artist, corporate trainer and academic. He's voiced over 400 radio and tv advertisements, lectures part-time at NUS, and was last seen on stage in Pangdemonium's Late Company. But he is perhaps best known for haranguing children on local TV before dumping buckets of slime on them.
Eleanor Tan
A familiar face on television screen, Eleanor Tan has played multiple roles on Channel 5, namely shows like Tanglin, Point of Entry and Kin to name a few. Aside from her presence in the local television scene, Eleanor has line of stage credits to her name. From productions like Homesick, A Twist of Fate and Let's Get Back Together (LGBT) to Hot Pants and Beauty World, Eleanor shows time and again her versatility and depth in performance. She recently directed Purgatory, which was hailed as "innovative, edgy and sophisticated", and a sign that "Singaporean's opera scene has come of age".
Isabella Chiam
Isabella Chiam is an actor, puppeteer and theatre practitioner based in London & Singapore. Isabella's recent acting credits include Snow Queen by Polka Theatre, UK, The Commuters by The Knotted Project, UK and Merchant of Venice by Singapore Repertory Theatre. Isabella also possesses a deep interest in movement, collaborative theatre-making, actor training and puppetry. She believes that theatre is a powerful tool for empowerment and dialogue, and is proud be part of the theatre collective Five Stones Theatre (SG) & Arts for Action Ensemble (UK). She is currently developing her own theatre projects in Singapore.
Jasmine Xie Hui Ling
A fluently bilingual performer trained in australia and now based in Singapore , Jasmine Xie has enjoyed performing in both English and Mandarin productions such as Narcissus by Arena Theatre, The Awakening by Mood Theatre, Spirits play by The Finger Players, Cafe in The Twenty-something Theatre Festival. Jasmine's acting credits have expanded to TV and short films. Her portfolio also includes voice acting, event hosting and singing. Her love for movement-based training took her to NYC with the movement theatre studios. Since she loves collaborative creativity and how puppetry is an extension of expression Jasmine is currently an associate artist of The Finger Players and an Ensemble member of Emergency Shelter.
Jo Tan
Jo Tan is an actress, singer and host trained in Paris and currently based in Singapore. She has performed in various cities including New York, London, Beijing and Yeosu. In 2018, Jo was nominated Best Supporting Actress at the Life! Theatre Awards for her performance in Frago by Checkpoint Theatre. Aside from her television appearances in Channel 5's 20 Days and Channel 8's Jalan Jalan, Jo is also involved in web films like The Helper and hosting both solo and sometimes as a third of the Dim Sum Dollies. Jo is currently working on her own theatre pieces, and is looking forward to stage them in the next year.
Jordan Gan
A Secondary Three student attending Christ Church Secondary School, Jordon Gan discovered his love for acting and the stage at an early age. He went on to pursue his passion in his secondary school's English Drama Club and made his first theatrical debut during the school’s gala performance, Passionata II: Our Family as one of the lead characters. Jordon has since been featured in several short films and aspires to pursue an academic career in film and media. He strongly believes that everyone has a story that deserves telling and seeks to do just so through his performances. Jordon thanks his family for their endless support and is also grateful for his instructor, Ms Eleanor Tan and her faith in him.
Joshua Lim
Joshua Lim is a chameleon. Primarily an actor, his work revolves around diverse roles across various performance mediums. Joshua was nominated Best Actor in As Jekyll And Hyde by The Finger Players and Best Actor for the productions October and Poor Thing by The Necessary Stage at the Straits Times Life! Theatre Awards. He recently made his feature film debut in the screen adaptation of Haresh Sharma’s Fundamentally Happy, which premiered at the Southeast Asian Film Festival 2015 and has earned him a nomination for Best Actor at the 2016 Hanoi Film Festival.
Yeo Yann Yann
Having built a successful career across the mediums of film, television and theatre, Yeo Yann Yann is a versatile and talented actress who has both critical acclaims and star appeal. Yann Yann was awarded for the Golden Horse Award for Best Supporting Actress, in the Cannes Camera d'Or winning Ilo Ilo. For the film, she was also awarded with Best Supporting Actress at the Asia Pacific Film Festival and Best Actress Award in India, Russia and Dubai.
Stand-up: Fresh + Raw
Sharul Chana
Sharul Channa is the only full- time female stand-up comedian in Singapore. She has performed in Singapore, Malaysia, India, The Philippines, China, Australia, and Indonesia, among other countries. She was also selected to be part of 'Comedy Central's Stand-up, Asia!' 1 and 2. In 2016, she was invited to be the comedian-host of the festival-curated show, Comedy Zone Asia, at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Australia's biggest annual comedy festival. She was then handpicked to be the first Singaporean act to tour with the festival for their Western Australia, and Asian roadshow. Additionally, she was picked for, Melbourne International Comedy festival roadshow 2017 where she was part of over 25 shows in Queensland and Victoria. She also travelled with her stand up special "Sharul weds Sharul", to Malaysia and to Darwin as part of the Darwin's Art Festival. She also travelled with her show " Sharul weds Sharul", which is a comical take on weddings, to sold-out theatres in Malaysia at the Temple of Fine Arts and as part of the Darwin Festival in 2018. The show was produced by the prestigious Esplanade Theatre Singapore. Her women's day production this year was ' Crazy Poor Sita' which was a dark comedy monologue about the poverty situation in Singapore in regards to women from low income families struggling to find a job and applying to the various grants to get a rental flat and financial assistance. Sharul Channa is also one of the ambassadors of the Singapore Tourism Board, for their campaign Passion Made Possible.
Petrina Dawn Tan
Petrina Dawn Tan holds a Masters of Art in Collaborative Theatre Production and Design from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. She practices scenic design and conceptualised a range of projects including music festivals, circus acts and installations with elements of audience participation. Recent Scenography (Space & Lighting) credits include Still Life (Checkpoint Theatre), Guards at the Taj (Singapore Repertory Theatre) and Here and Beyond (Toy Factory Productions).
Constance Singham
Constance Singam is an author and civil society activist. In the last thirty years, Constance has led women’s organisations, co-founded civil society groups, been a columnist in several national publications, and contributed to and co-edited several books. Her works include A history of the TWC: Building Social Space in Singapore (2002), Re-Presenting Singapore Women (2004) and The Art of Advocacy in Singapore (2017) all of which she co-edited. She released her memoir Where I was: A Memoir from the Margins in 2013 and her second memoir Never Leave Town without Chilli Sauce in 2016. She is a regular letter writer to the Forum Page and has contributed op-ed pieces to main- stream newspapers. She blogs at: https://constancesingamblog.wordpress.com
Workshop Leaders
Dana Lam
Dana Lam is a writer and artist. Her most recent work is Still Life, a story of two women’s longing and journey to the self, she wrote and performed in collaboration with Checkpoint Theatre (Feb/Mar 2019). Her work includes She Shapes a Nation, a short film of Singapore women’s voices (2009), Days of Being Wild: Walking the Line with the Opposition, a book on the General Elections of 2006 (Ethos Books, 2006), and When Bellies Speak: You Are Your Own Work of Art, an installation of over 500 belly casts at Hong Lim Park (8 March 2015). Dana has worked as a newspaper reporter and volunteered with AWARE (Association of Women for Action and Research), serving as its President several times, the last from 2009-2011.
Nasyitah Tan
Nasyitah is a textile artist and self-taught social entrepreneur who believes in the human potential to constantly improve and surpass oneself. Art, Design, Crafting and an unshakable growth mindset are the tools that she uses to build the inclusive and sustainable world she wants to see.
N.O.W. TEAM
Chong Si-Min
Si-Min is a marketing and social media professional. She has previously worked as a copywriter and strategic planner. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre & English Studies and a minor in Gender Studies from the University of Melbourne.
Cindy Sng
Cindy graduated from Performance Production in the Institute of Technical Education (ITE). Since graduation, she has actively assisted shows as a freelance Assistant Stage Manager and Stagehand for several production companies, her credits includes: Purgatory and Alice in the Wonderland by L’Areitta Productions, 0600 by GroundZ-0 原。空間, The Cyclist by Intercultural Theatre Institute. She is currently pursuing a Diploma in Technical and Production Management in LASALLE College of the Arts.
Elena Yeo
Elena has worked for over ten years as an actor, producer and programmer in London, Shanghai and Singapore. Producing and stage credits include Agamemnon (Berkoff), The Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare), King Lear (Shakespeare), The Master Builder (Ibsen), Art (Reza), I Am My Own Wife (Wright), Drift (Yu) and Caucasian Chalk Circle (Brecht). Elena holds two Masters degrees, one in ‘Performance Making’ from Goldsmiths College, London and the other in ‘Curating & Cultural Leadership’ from UNSW Art & Design, Sydney.
Hazeline Ali
Hazeline is a production stage manager and arts manager. Upon completing her diploma in Technical and Production Management, she joined SAthecollective and was in charge of production and admin work from August 2017 to December 2018. She is currently freelancing while studying Arts Management in Lasalle.
Hidayah Md Sham
Hidayah is a final-year English major awaiting graduation at Nanyang Technological University. She has dabbled in production, acting and playwriting in her undergraduate days, and has spent the past year volunteering at arts festivals such as the Singapore International Festival of Arts, Singapore Writers’ Festival and the M1 Singapore Fringe Festival. She is excited to be a part of the N.O.W. team.
Jeanette Chong
Jeannette is a production stage manager. She moves swiftly behind the scenes and works hard in supporting works. She prefers challenging and meaningful works that will hone her craft and allow her to grow.

Being part of N.O.W 2019, she started the season with 'Til The End of The World, We'll Meet in No Man's Land as production, stage manager and show caller. Jeannette is part of Five Stones Theatre, a dance and theatre collective for Young Audiences.
Preenttha Makend
Preenttha is fascinated by all forms of artistic expression, but her first love has always been the visual arts. Stepping into her honours year at the National University of Singapore with a major in Global Studies and a minor in Art History, she strives to advocate social movements through the transformative power of art, where she believes creative input adds more jazz to structured solutions. Outside of nourishing her mind, Preenttha enjoys feeding tummies, and is constantly at awe with the way gastronomic delights find their way to her heart.
Teo Swee Leng
Information to come.
Tiffany Ann Chow
Returning to Singapore after a 5-year stint in Australia, Tiffany has seen her fair share of gender segregation and how stereotypes have steered poor decisions when organising events & marketing efforts. Having worked in a start-up and the financial sector, she sees all ends of the spectrum and understands the importance of exposure and sharing the knowledge that gender topics bring about. With her varied experience in the marketing and events industry both locally & globally, Tiffany is keen to debunk these myths and start conversations through her sales & marketing role for N.O.W. 2019.
Yap Seok Hui
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