Directed by Royston Tan Starring Jalyn Han This film was inspired by the poems Two Mothers in a HDB Playground by Arthur Yap and Two Mothers Over a Wall in Queen Astrid Park by Foo Chen Loong A housewife sits alone at home. She
“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.
After Small Talk concluded at Kovan Hub, we invited the participants to share their thoughts. This is what they said – Mdm Lee Siak Huay (Kopi-so) – Ms Han is very patient with the seniors. Jennifer Goh (Centre Manager, Jia Ying Senior
Small Talk @ Kovan Hub – 27th April 2013 I would like to thank Rane and Jennifer for having so much faith in the importance of this project. Although the concept is new to them, they supported us wholeheartedly with
31 May 2013, Friday 1730 to 1830 The Playden, The Arts House Low Kok Wai, Ms. Jalyn Han, and Y STARS (Singapore) A young adult with an intellectual disability faces many challenges and uncertainties. “Bringing Up Ben” will confront issues of