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Mathilda Chua

Mathilda Chua Mathilda is a proud Singaporean currently attending NYU's Tisch School of the Arts as an acting major with a minor in producing. Actively involved in the local arts scene from a young age, she hopes to share her passion with other like-minded individuals both at home and abroad. In her spare time she enjoys staring at other people's dogs.



BWW Interview: Hossan Leong & Nathalie Ribette of FOREVER YOUNG by SingTheatre
September 21, 2017

SingTheatre presents a hilarious jukebox musical Forever Young that will knock you off your chair!

BWW Interview: Ebi Shankara of TROPICANA at Capitol Theatre
June 26, 2017

Ebi Shankara is an actor, host and all around Arts advocate based in Singapore. Ebi holds both a diploma in Theatre and a First Class BA (Hons) in theatre arts from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA), the latter was which obtained in NAFA's partnership with East-15 Acting School at the University of Essex. Besides being a familiar face on local television, along with his numerous hosting gigs, Ebi is also the artistic director of the Ravindran Drama Group Company, a local Theatre company that specializes in creating unique and dynamic Indian Theatre. He recently closed a successful run of Tropicana, a musical about nightlife in 1960s Singapore.

BWW Feature: FRAGO at Checkpoint Theatre
April 18, 2017

What happens when you put a bunch of Singaporean men in the same room together and leave them to talk? One topic of conversation is bound to arise: National Service. A rite of passage for all Singaporean males, a completion of two years worth of military training upon completing their final year of education at 18. What happens after those two years are over though? Throughout the course of their lives, men are required to come back for reservist training to refresh their skills. Checkpoint Theatre tells the stories of these men.

BWW Feature: NORMAL at Drama Centre Black Box
April 3, 2017

Checkpoint Theatre's revival of its 2015 hit play, Normal, is once again wowing audiences in Singapore.