|Chermaine Ang (Priscilla the Prawn)
Chermaine Ang is a familiar face in the local theatre scene that has titillated audiences with her versatility. Having graduated from Queensland University of Technology with a BA in Drama, she has been actively involved and worked with numerous leading theatre companies in Singapore.
|Darius Tan (Shelby the Sea Snail)
An alumnus performer of A Nation in Concert in 2005, Darius is ecstatic to transform himself from an insect: Slug to a sea creature: Sea Snail!
|Pierre Goh (Cornelius the Crab)
By day, Pierre Goh is a full-time financial planner with Manulife Financial. He is driven by the challenges of his work and is grateful for being able to truly own his time and indulge his love for acting and music every once in a while. Some of his stage credits include: “Poetic Licence” - a dramatization of local poetry collection by STAGES, “The Glass Menagerie”, with Page to Stage, “The Mad Phoenix”, with Toy Factory Theatre Ensemble, “Landmarks: Asian Boys Vol. 2”, as well as (his favourite play to date,) “Happy Endings: Asian Boys Vol. 3” with W!ld Rice. Pierre also sang and played the flute with the Singapore Jazz Orchestra and appeared in Boo Junfeng’s latest completed short film “Tanjung Rhu”. You may also have caught him on TV hosting the luxury travel programme “Luxury China”, weekends on Channel News Asia.
|Tony Quek (Petula the Pufferfish)
Tony has been a freelance Actor-Drama Coach-Director for NAC's Arts Education Programmes in school for the past 14 years. He has been also a theatre practitioner for the past 24years. He was recently cast as one of the 4 leads of The Secrets of the Forbidden City by Lions Gate (UK), for the BBC History Channel. This is also Tony's third involvement with ANIC, and he is enjoying every minute of it.
|Christina Sergeant (Madam Manta)
Christina is the Artistic Director of Mime Unlimited and divides her work between acting, directing and teaching. Recent productions include roles in "The Open Rehearsal Performance", "The Visit of the Tai Tai", "Prelude To A Kiss", "Incubating Juice" (Brisbane), "Agnes of God" and "Oi! Sleeping Beauty!!". She also directed "Furthest North, Deepest South" which was awarded Best Production in the 2005 Life! Theatre Awards. Christina is a member of the Association of Singapore Actors and the Singapore Drama Educators Association.
|Karen Tan (Hannah Hammerhead)
Karen has been described on Power 98 as "very employed for someone who is unemployed". Karen has worked with TheatreWorks, The Necessary Stage, Action Theatre, The Little Company, Dramaplus Arts, luna-id, Escape Theatre, The Finger Players, Wild Rice, Toy Factory Theatre Ensemble, Five Arts Centre (KL), Sumunda (KL) and Cake Theatricals. She has lived and worked overseas, but is happy to be in Singapore, where she is a working mother with possibly the best job in the world. Karen supports Women Make A Difference (WMD) International, in their fight against child sex tourism and trafficking.
|Scott Lei (AC the Electric Eel)
A familiar face on television and in the arts, Scott Lei is passionate about arts education. He sings and acts professionally, plays the piano, erhu, guitar, and composes music. Scott's multiple talents in the performing arts, along for his love for children, have made him a valuable and beloved teacher, mentor and friend to many of his students. He teaches music, singing and drama. His projects include a Musical Theatre Camp at East Coast Primary School, Curriculum for Yio Chu Kang Secondary School Drama Enrichment Programme, Thematic Educational Materials for Bouncy Castles Pte Ltd, and Creative Consultant for Gan Eng Seng Primary School's Grand Opening Ceremony. Currently, Scott is also working on a Diploma in Counselling Psychology and his newfound love - Tap Dancing!
|Ben Xiao (DC the Electric Eel)
Ben Xiao is the director of SAVASkool, an Arts Education Centre for children, adults and special needs. Besides being an accomplished performer in theatre and dance, he is currently pursuing a diploma in Learning Disorder Management and Child Psychology. He loves animals and shows Whippets and Miniature Dachshunds. He hopes to champion a hope for a better age through the arts and through pet therapy.
|Timothy Go (Tim-MER-thy the merman)
Timothy Go presents Channel NewsAsia’s line-up of nightly news and business bulletins, South East Asia Tonight, and Singapore Business Tonight. He is also the host and producer of That's IT, a weekly digital lifestyle programme, which has given him the opportunity to meet many of technology's leading names like Microsoft's Steve Ballmer and Nokia's Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo.
|Joakim Gomez (Mata Skipper the Police Chief)
Joakim Gomez first attracted attention as an entrant in the 2nd season of Singapore Idol. As the only contestant to be signed on by MediaCorp, Joakim's first foray into the limelight soon segued into an acting career.
|Terence Tay (Clarence the Clownfish)
It was back in 1993 when Terence Tay took on his debut role as an innocent young boy inflicted with the highly contagious chicken pox virus in the Christmas program, All I Want This Christmas. From the moment he stepped on stage, a different bug caught hold of him, and he knew that this was what he was meant to do – to infect the world not with chicken pox, but with his passion in acting.
Copyright © 2006-2008 anationinconcert.com