Chanel is a theatre practitioner and creator. Some of her recent local acting credits includes Permanence (Toy Factory), Three Fat Virgins Unassembled (Theatreworks), 13.13.13 (Theatreworks) Offstage 2.0(Emergency Stairs). Chanel has also performed in various international platforms and festivals.

Chanel is also a spokesperson for AWARE’s Aim For Zero campaign.


Graduated with a BA from NUS’ Theatre Studies Programme in 2011. Woon Yong is a bilingual performer and writer. He is a founding and core member of experimental theatre company Emergency Stairs.

As a performer, he was most recently seen in Merdeka (W!LD RICE). Other credits include Offstage (Emergency Shelter), Oedipus (Toy Factory Productions), FRAGO (Checkpoint Theatre), PRISM (Toy Factory Productions), GRIND (Toy Factory Productions), The Struggle: Years Later (The Theatre Practice), etc

In 2018 he wrote and performed in the bilingual monologue G.F.E, presented by W!LD RICE’s Singapore Theatre Festival 2018.


Ka Wai holds a Master of Fine Arts (Playwriting) from Taipei National University of the Arts and a Bachelor of Arts with Honours (Chinese Studies) from National University of Singapore.
His recent theatre projects include Because it’s Fun (The Fool Theatre), A Grinder’s Diary (a work-in-progress by Access Path Productions and Pitapat Theatre), The ‘d’ Monologues: A Lecture-Performance by Kaite O’Reilly (Access Path Productions) and Eve of the Wedding Day (a skit by Singapore Chinese Orchestra and Capital 958).
He also teaches Chinese at local language centres and is the drama instructor for Nanyang Junior College, Chinese Cultural Society.


Danial Bawthan aka Wheelsmith, is an award winning Music Producer, Rapper and wheelchair rugby player for Team Singapore. Danial is particularly drawn to rapping as “music allows me to be fearless and brazen”. He performed with local celebrities for the President’s Star Charity in 2016 and made his debut as a sound engineer, composing soundscape for the theatre production “And Suddenly I Disappear, the Singapore/UK ‘d’ Monologues”. He is also a performer and musician for National Day Parade 2019.


Visual Artist | Dancer | Choreographer |Creative Director | Filmmaker in progress

A visual creator both on the dance floor and through the lens, I spend most of my time creating magic. Driven by adrenaline, I love pushing and transcending boundaries and believe in experiences more than certificates. I was born hearing and hit by a high fever when I was an infant, resulting in my loss of hearing, no sorry. Growing up in both Deaf and Hearing worlds, I witness and identify many differences and similarities in both worlds. Despite my deafness, I had a passion for dance since young. Part of the Redeafination dance crew since 2011 and it has taken my passion to greater height. My focus goal is to integrate the relationship between deaf and hearing to spread a message that both world can work together, taking two hands to clap. Currently a resident choreographer and instructor in the crew and spreading my passion to more deaf youths.


Reginal Allyn is an applied drama practitioner who sees drama as a tool for building relationships, developing confidence, creativity and communication.

She holds a Diploma in Applied Drama and Psychology (2014), a Specialist Diploma in Arts Education (2017), a Certificate in Teaching Arts in the Early Childhood Environment (2018) and a BA in Psychology and Human Resource Management (2019).
She was also part of Singapore Repertory Theatre’s Residency Programme as the Resident Learning & Engagement Officer from 2018-2019.