Wendy Toh is a Singaporean artist with a passion for creating art using different mediums and forms. She has a wide portfolio ranging from the performance arts to filmmaking.
As an actor and performer, she has numerous credits in prominent film and TV productions. She has trained and worked with Jinen Butoh School under Atsushi Takenouchi. As an artist, Wendy’s most recent work was E:Den 依：窩, an installation piece that was showcased in The Substation Gallery.
On the film front, Wendy made her directorial debut with Heart Shape 莲蓉包 and experimental short film In Between which was screened as part of The Substation Isolation series. Her follow-up was Vios, a short documentary that premiered at the Singapore Chinese Film Festival 2019.
A proud graduate of Singapore’s Intercultural Theatre Institute, Wendy hopes to deepen her craft and continue her journey as a multi-disciplinary artist.Read more
Wan Ching is a performer, theatre maker and acting teacher. Acting credits include Night Just Before the Forests directed by Sinead Rushe for Dirks Theatre, presented at the Macao Arts Festival, and Immortal Sole choreographed by Edith Podesta. Directing credits include precise purpose of being broken, independently produced at the M1 Singapore Fringe Festival, and co-direction for Tanah•Air 水•土: A Play In Two Parts, presented by Drama Box. She has trained with SITI Company as well as the Suzuki Company of Toga, and is a graduate of the inaugural SITI Conservatory Program for international theatre artists. Wan Ching has a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Theatre Studies from the National University of Singapore.Read more