Launch of ITI-Asia Scholarship supported by U.S. Embassy Singapore; 6 more scholarships open16 Mar 2016 Intercultural Theatre Institute (ITI), together with U.S. Embassy Singapore, are pleased to announce the launch of the inaugural ITI-Asia Scholarship supported by U.S. Embassy Singapore. The in-principle three-year scholarship will cover partial tuition fees to an ITI student from any of the 10 ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) member states. The first year grant amount is confirmed for US$10,000 (approximately S$14,000).
International Theatre Conference in Berlin focuses on Unique Actor Training Model from Singapore01 Nov 2013 The actor training model conceived and developed by Singapore’s very own Intercultural Theatre Institute (ITI) will be the main focus of an international symposium in Berlin, Germany, on 3 – 6 December 2013.
Queen Elizabeth II’s Birthday Honours list includes ITI Faculty12 Jun 2013 Singapore – Intercultural Theatre Institute (ITI) congratulates Examination Board and faculty member, Mr Aarne Neeme on the conferment of the Order of Australia Award in the Queen's Birthday Honours 2013, announced on 10 June 2013 by the Governor General of Australia.
Theatre Training & Research Programme renamed Intercultural Theatre Institute and restarts enrolment for 201216 Aug 2011 The Theatre Training & Research Programme (TTRP) has been renamed Intercultural Theatre Institute (ITI) and is restarting its enrolment of students for the January 2012 intake. The three-year professional actor training programme of the same name is now known as the Professional Diploma in Intercultural Theatre (Acting), in line with the new regulations of the Council for Private Education.
Yeo Yann Yann
Yann Yann is a Singapore-based actor whose work spans movies, stage to television productions — both in highly visible, commercial work and in experimental works in theatre and indie films. She recently returned to the stage in a solo, The Necessary Stage’s Actor, Forty (2017). In film, Yann Yann's recent work includes Wet Season (2019), for which her awards include Best Leading Actress at the Golden Horse Awards (Taiwan).