SDEA Spotlight is a series of short interviews with SDEA members that peel back the curtain behind their practice, their beliefs about arts and drama education and their influences.
Cathy Kee has been a theatre practitioner for almost 25 years. She crossed over from TV to stage and has done on stage and behind the scene works, choreographed, directed and worked with people from all walks of life – the young, teenagers, adults as well as senior citizens. She’s very thankful for the wonderful opportunities of working with people from different cultures overseas.
4. How did you start out doing what you do?
5. How do you keep your work fresh?
7. Why is drama important? Why should it be taught in schools?
8. Who was the drama educator that has the most impact on you?
9. What is your most memorable moment in the classroom/on stage?
10. Share a drama activity that you love to do.
11. What do you hope to see in Singapore’s drama/theatre landscape in future?
12. In one word, sum up your drama education journey.