About Innamorati Two
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About Innamorati Two
22 Sept – 2 Oct 2016
Drama Centre Theatre
Returning from its roaring success of 《唯一》Innamorati, playwright Jiang Daini has written her second musical, 《唯二》Innamorati Two, a heartfelt exploration of the beauty and strength within imperfections. Helmed by award winning director, Goh Boon Teck and music director, Elaine Chan, Innamorati Two features original songs written and composed by; Huang Jinglun, Sugie Phua, Chriz Tong, Jacky Chew, Ann Lek, Sunny Yang & Stella Seah.
Seven imparities, seven hearts, seven treasures,
find themselves in search for something more valuable within a barter shop…
Could the answer to happiness be an easy transaction?
|Date :||22 Sept – 2 Oct 2016|
|Show Time :||8pm (Tuesday – Sunday)
3pm (Wed – Sunday)
No performance on Mondays
|Duration :||2hrs with no intermission|
|Performing Language :||Performed in Mandarin with English Surtitles|
|Venue :||Drama Centre Theatre|
|Ticket Price :||$72, $62, $52
Prices do not include SISTIC $4 booking fee
|Tickets Available From :||
Tickets available here!
SISTIC/(65) 6348 5555/ www.sistic.com.sg
|Enquiry Tel :||(65) 6222 1526|
|Director||Goh Boon Teck|
|Assistant Director||Sugie Phua|
|Musical Director/Music Arranger/Vocal Coach||Elaine Chan|
|Lighting & Set Designer||Tai Zi Feng|
|Sound Engineer||Sandra Tay|
|Hair & Make- up||Zennie Casann|
|Costume Stylist / Wardrobe Mistress||Tan Jia Hui|
|Executive Producer||Justin Wong|
|Marketing Consultant||David Tang|
|Production Manger||Chan Lee Lee|
|Stage Manager||Samantha Chia|
|Project Manager||Daini Jiang|
|Marketing Executive||Shaleihin Pi’ee|
|Project Coordinators||Wong Weiling & Sheena Yang|
|Xiao Zhi||Wong Jing Lun|
|Ma Li||Jacky Chew|
|Ah Gu||Sugie Phua|
|An An||Stella Seah|
|Xiao Yu||Ann Lek|
|Da Lu||Sunny Yang|
Jing Wong as Xiao Zhi
He started his search for stardom in Singapore MediaCorp’s talent show, Project Superstar (绝对Superstar). He was a contestant on season 3 of One Million Star (超级星光大道). He auditioned in Singapore and was one of the five lucky contestants to get the golden ticket to compete in Taiwan. He once PKed with Peter Pan when “Four Princes of Superstar Avenue” (星光四少) went to Singapore. He caught the attention of many people because of his high pitched vocals and falsettos, which sounds like a hybrid of mainly Gilla, a bit of Cher, and Patti Page. He is also well known for his humorous character and speech. He never fails to say Chinese idioms in every week’s competition. Wong gotten a sixth position in the competition and was voted as the most popular contestant. He performed five songs in a One Million Star concert show in LA. His performance was highly commended by many.
Chriz Tong as Emily
Chriz Tong’s unique vocals and talent was discovered at the 2005 Rhapsody Singing Contest, back then, she
was just a backup vocalist. After which, She then went through a series of professional vocal training in pursuit to creating her own distinctive style of music. In 2007, Chriz released her first album titled “Wei En Xazz” to showcase her talent with her unique interpretation of lyrics of the modern popular music, and her versatility in singing pop rock, ballads & R&B styles.Her first MediaCorp TV drama serial theme song, “Kampong Ties”, was very well received and was then nominated as the Best Theme Song in Star Awards 2012. The following year, she sung another theme song “Truth, Virtue and Beauty” for the drama “Don’t Stop Believin’”, and was once again nominated as the Best Theme Song in Star Awards 2013. This song went viral, and attracted over 10 million hits since the drama was aired.
Sugie Phua as Ah Gu
Young and vibrant Sugie was one of the male finalist for Project SuperStar, Channel U’s mammoth singing contest where he was loved by the audience. Sugie’s talent in singing was once again determined when he became the top 7 in international Singing competition One Million Star. Sugie is not only well verse in the art of singing; he is also talented in hosting and acting. Sugie’s hosting career started with Ch U’s life style variety show, SuperFunkies in 2005. Sugie’s multi-talent in performing are not limited to just singing and hosting, as he took on his debute acting role in Happily Ever After alongside Caldecott’s princess Joanne Peh in 2006. He was then cast into another role in drama The Miracles alongside with Thomas Ong, in 2007. After proving his acting capabilities, he is now doing Channel U blockbuster drama The Illusionist alongside with Thomas Ong, Quan Yi Feng and MeiXin.
Ann Lek as Xiao Yu
Crazy about singing, Ann Lek enjoys every chance she gets to perform and has a voice bigger than her body gives her credit for. Having played ‘Ida’ (Honk!) and ‘Kolokolo Bird’ (Just So) during her time in Singapore Management University, Ann fell in love with musical theatre. After graduation, she’s had the honour of being part of great musicals such as Into The Woods, The Three Little Pigs, The Nightingale and its Mandarin adaptation, 夜莺. When she’s not busy singing in musicals, she can be found in other performances, including this year’s Shakespeare in the Park – The Tempest. December Rains was her first production with Toy Factory and also her first major Mandarin musical. Off stage, she dabbles in voice acting, hosting, teaching, writing and pet-sitting.
Stella Seah as An An
Having released her debut EP last year, Stella is the epitome of how good things come in small packages.
Though petite with her soft-spoken nature, Stella is quite the opposite when she takes on the stage. Her powerful and impressive vocals have a quality unlike any typical 22-year-old. On many occasions, her voice has been said to “move mountains”. Stella also recently graduated from LASALLE College of the Arts, Diploma in Contemporary Music. With her vast experience in singing, Stella is thrilled to be part of the musical.
Jacky Chew As Ma Li
Jacky is a local singer-songwriter who released his debut single 是我不好 – My Bad in 2013. Jacky was in the same batch of the V-Singer program; aimed at training singers to be professionals organized by Ocean Butterflies Music, with JJ Lin. Jacky participated in Channel U’s singing competition SuperBand with 2 other members as a band named J3 in 2006 and made it to the top four. Jacky has penned several theme songs for Mediacorp dramas, as well as for renowned artistes like A-Do. Jacky Chew is currently a collaborating artiste with Ocean Butterflies Music and is looking forward to releasing his debut mini album in May 2015.
Sunny Yang as Da Lu
Sunny Yang Ziyi has graduated with a Diploma in Acting from the Beijing Film Academy (BFA) of China in 2011, as well as a BA (Hons) in Theatre from NAFA in 2015. Sunny has been active in both TV and Theatre. She has appeared in films, TV show, and variety programmes in both China and Singapore. She has also taken part in singing competitions such as The Voice (China) and Project Superstar 2014. Her acting works include: On The Train of Life (ATEC 2012), Tangyin And Qiuxiang (ATEC 2013), The Taste of Life (Graduation Show), I Have a Date with Spring (2014), by The Spring-Time Group, Beginning of the Great Revival (Film) by China Film Group Corporation.
Goh Boon Teck
A distinguished Singapore based Theatre Director, Playwright and Production Designer, Goh Boon Teck has been a prominent creative force of Asian theatre. His theatrical arts are soulful explorations of human issues treated with contemporary sensitivity. He is the Chief Artistic Director of Singapore’s leading bilingual theatre company Toy Factory Productions Limited. Boon Teck was awarded Elite Director Award 2014 at One Drama Awards in Shanghai. He was the Creative Director for Singapore’s National Day Parade 2007 and 2008. He was also the Creative Director for Singapore Day 2011 in Shanghai. He was conferred Singapore Youth Award in 2005 and Young Artist Award in 2001. His original play The Crab Flower Club is one of the most successful Singapore Arts Festival’s commissions in recent years. Titoudao, a play about his mother, is one of the most celebrated Singaporean plays. In the inaugural LIFE! Theatre Awards in 2001, his original work Titoudao, swept 5 out of the 9 awards. He was also later awarded the Best Set Design for Fireface at the 2003 LIFE! Theatre Awards. He has adapted three movie scripts into musicals – 881, Glass Anatomy and Ah Boys To Men. In 2003, Boon Teck was commissioned by Japan’s Kageboushi Theatre Company to write and direct Prism, a 6-country collaboration. His other written works are K, Deciphering The Peach Garden Oath, Long House, Posteterne, A Tinted Edge, Purple, White Soliloquy, Tintan and his Tembusu Tree, The Penis Society, The Eastern Line on my Palm and Grind etc. His directing credits include OsEAN, I have a Date with Spring, Mama Looking for her Cat, Chessmaster, Spirits, The Morning People, The Seventh Drawer, Porcelain, Thunderstorm (Drama 1998, Opera 2005), Savage Land, Glass Anatomy, 881, Innamorati, Mergers and Accusations, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, White Sails over the Blue Blue Sea, December Rains, Mad Phoenix, Beautiful Thing, Upstage and Grind etc. His plays, musicals and operas had performed in Russia, Philippines, Japan, China, Egypt, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia.
Music Director/Music Arranger/Vocal Coach
Best known for the LTA jingle Love Your Ride, NDP 2005 theme song Reach Out for the Skies and 2013’s One
Singapore, this popular theatre composer-arranger-director has garnered songwriting awards in her teens, wrote and directed her 1st full length musical score at 18, toured south of New Zealand, received the Wong Yee Hua Memorial Music Excellence Award. And most recently, in 2015 Life Theatre Awards for Monkey Goes West! Her varied engagements include theatrical and commercial productions, CD projects, recordings, charity concerts as well as orchestrations for the 2013 National Day Parade, 2010 Singapore Youth Festival Opening Ceremony and vocal arrangements and direction for the 2010 YOG Opening Ceremony. Her recent music theatre directions include a Shanghai Musical Tour of Toy Factory’s Glass Anatomy & Like! Musical, Dream Academy’s Crazy Christmas Concerts 2012 & 2011, Wild Rice’s La Cage 2012 (Life Theatre Awards 2013 Readers’ Award for Production of the Year), Aladdin 2011, Into the Woods 2011, SingTheatre’s A Singaporean In Paris 2010, 2014 & No Regrets 2011, Toy Factory’s mega musicals December Rains and 881.
Tai Zi Feng
Lighting & Set Designer
Tai Zi Feng graduated from NAFA (Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts) in Theatre Arts (Production). During his school years, Zi Feng took on most of the school production as lighting design, his work in school includes: 8 Femmes, Noises off & the curious incident of the dog in the nighttime. Soon after he graduated, he went on to do lighting design for The 39 Steps – Asylum Theatre & assistant lighting design for LAVIE EN ROSE – SING Theatre. Zi Feng is grateful to be given the opportunity to light for White Soliloquy and he hopes to gain more experience and improve his craft in lighting regardless the art form.
Trey loves to marry all forms of art into his performances, and make merry of them. He has performed in Taiwan, Hong Kong and China, and is constantly working on his dream to erect a building to house and support actors in Singapore. In recent years, he has been involving himself more in community arts and lives staunchly by Stephen Chow’s words, “how different is a man from a salted fish if he doesn’t have dreams”.
Hair & Make Up Designer
Zennie Casann is a Professional Makeup Artist in Singapore with over 10 years of experience. Makeup is far more than a career or a hobby for me, it’s a passion. I am very focused in the way I capture your ideas and translate them into a form of art, and bringing beauty through makeup is pride as my masterpiece. Prior to becoming a freelance makeup artist, Zennie worked in syndey, beauty and cosmetic companies such as Payot, Dermological, Bobbi Brown, Body Shop, True Solutions, Decleor and Fake Bake Self Tanning Systems airbrush. Her love of makeup pushed her to become a professional artist. Since then, she has been engaged to do makeup work from film and tv to photoshoots and weddings. She has experience with bridal makeup, ROMs, D&Ds, prom nights, beauty pageants, studio photoshoots, and even special effects makeup.
Her impeccable attention to detail has earned her a reputation of excellent client satisfaction and critical expertise.
Ticketing & Discounts
22 Sept– 2 Oct 2016
8pm (Tuesday- Sunday)
3pm (Wed – Sunday)
No performance on Mondays
Venue: Drama Centre Theatre
Language: Performed in Mandarin with English Surtitles
Duration: 2hrs without intermission
|Categories||CAT 1||CAT 2||CAT 3|
Prices do not include SISTIC $4 booking fee
TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE HERE!
Call SISTIC hotline: (65)6348 5555 or Visit www.sistic.com.sg
For school or group booking of 20 or above, contact Toy Factory at: (65) 6222 1526.
Concessions & Discounts
Up to 10% discount with OCBC cards (Cat 1 & 2 from 11 July onwards)
PASSION CARD MEMBERS
Up to 10% discount with Passion card (Cat 1 & 2 from 11 July onwards)
50% TOTE BOARD
Eligible for 50% Tote Board Arts Grant Subsidy Applicable for school only
Toy Factory Productions Ltd. is a recipient of the National Arts Council’s Major Grant FY2016.