Singapore Drama Educators Association (SDEA) is Singapore's leading organisation for drama educators, school teachers and theatre professionals.

We are a cause and profession driven organisation with a vision that drama is a vital element in the development and transformation of an individual in society.

SDEA aims to foster and establish drama education as a profession. It works closely with NAC (National Arts Council) MOE (Ministry of Education), NIE (National Institute of Education), WDA (Workforce Development Authority) as well as local and international learning institutions and professionals to raise the bar on drama education practices in schools and communities.

Join SDEA as a Member By being a member of SDEA, you can

  1. Better your industry by being part of a stronger voice to create, innovate and bring valuable changes to drama education and drama educators.
  2. Engage in professional development with generous member discounts to workshops, master classes as well as events. Gain insight to new ideas, strategies and challenges to keep current in your career.
  3. Be a part of forums and discussions that affect the policies, national benchmarking, as well as the educational and arts landscape in Singapore
  4. Raise your standards and standing by volunteering on SDEA sub-committees. Being part of special projects, research or contributing to SDEA’s in house journal Dramatize! builds your resume.
  5. Be a part of a bigger network of local and international drama educators, artists and professionals from diverse career fields for friendship, networking and collaborations.

Sourcing Within –
towards an embodied performer and practice through physical and vocal integration


Join us for a masterclass of self-discovery where you will find refreshing new ways in:

i) Physical and vocal embodiment:

Be introduced to an active search of physical and vocal capacities as a performer. Through free play and exercises that enhance awareness and intuition, learn to follow your organic responses and contact with others that will then be developed into your creative work.

ii) An organic approach to performing:

Learn to build your creative materials as well as bridge creative impulses and intuitions to the audience. Performance will then become a means of connecting thoughts, intentions, associations, imageries and human relations.

Please come comfortably dressed. You are also encouraged to bring along a piece of creative work of not more than 3 minutes. It can be with a text, object(s), and/or movements.

Highly recommended for theatre and dance practitioners, as well as graduating theatre and dance students and teachers.

About Ang Gey Pin

Ang Gey Pin is best known for her title role in the late dramatist Kuo Pao Kun's Chinese version of Silly Little Girl and the Funny Old Tree (1987) and for being the Artistic Director of Theatre OX. She began her theatre apprenticeship with Practice Theatre Ensemble in 1986 (now Theatre Practice). She holds a B.A. degree in Theatre (with distinction) from the University of Hawaii at Manoa (1992). She was a member of the Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards, touring and performed lead roles with the company till 2006. Since then, she has been teaching, performing and collaborating with international artists and various institutions in Singapore, Europe, South and North America.

MasterClass Details

Date: 12 September 2014 (Friday)

Time: 10 am - 5 pm (Registration starts at 9.45 am)

Venue: Blk B #03-11, Goodman Arts Centre, 90 Goodman Road, Singapore 439053

Registration closes on 10 September 2014.  Special discounted rate when you sign up together with Janet Pillai's masterclass (coming up soon).

Please click HERE for registration.