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Reproduced from W!LD TIMES ISSUE #047 After almost 40 years in the business, Jalyn Han is still soldiering on! She takes us through her career in the arts – from enlisting in the SAF to aging 30 years for Grandmother Tongue!
Extracted from the review by Lee Mun Wai of The Straits Times: Guest performer Jalyn Han gave an arresting performance as an elderly ma jie reminiscing about her younger days as she sat stoic at a table eating a bowl
As with most comedy, it is the witty servant that carries the show and this one is no different. Jalyn Han as Dorine brings on the laughs with her keen comic timing and energy. She also strikes a balance between
“Everything that I saw as problematic before is now deliberately and interestingly problematic.” As reviewed by Ng Yi-Sheng on The Flying Inkpot Click to read full review
Extracted from the review by Ng Yi-Sheng on The Flying Inkpot: Directors Kuo Jian Hong and Alvin Chiam Hwee Chin bond with choreographers Jalyn Han and Kuo Jing Hong to create some memorable stage play, such as a rippling ring
Extracted from the review by Naeem Kapadia, on The Flying Inkpot: Director Jalyn Han does a good job in manipulating the small space of the Play Den, creating entertaining little scenes that segue neatly into each other with minimal props.
Said Mary Mazzilli, who writes for the British Theatre Guide, “Afar is not only a watchable show but also, in a positive sense, a challenging one.” Afar is directed by Jalyn Han and is as part of The Studios, Esplanade.