Cast and Creatives – Bedok Reservoir

Wesley Leon Aroozoo

PLAYWRIGHT, PRODUCER, VIDEO & SOUND

Wesley is an adjunct lecturer at Lasalle College of the Arts while reading his Master of Fine Arts at New York University Tisch Asia.
A graduate from Nanyang Technological University and an artist from 13 Little Pictures, Pinball Collective and Studio Thirteen, based at the Goodman Arts Centre, Wesley’s works have screened in over 80 festivals such as the International Film Festival Rotterdam. He is the film curator of the Substation’s 3rd Experimental Film Forum Singapore Showcase, VIDEOvoiddeck of minimART, SEED festival’s Ew! Pink Soil at The Arts House amongst others. Wesley is also a freelance scriptwriter for Random Island, a brand new series airing in October from the writing team of The Noose.

Elina Lim

DIRECTOR & PRODUCER

Elina is a freelance director, maker and stage manager. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre Production in Melbourne’s Victorian College of the Arts and spent half a year in Carnegie Mellon’s School of Drama. She has worked in various capacities in shows like ‘Lion King’ the musical, Singapore Repertory Theatre’s ‘Three Little Pigs’, Singapore Dance Theatre’s ‘Peter and Blue Goes Around the World’ and etc. She is the Artistic Director of Pinball Collective.
She was the original director of ‘Bedok Reservoir’ in its first reading for LoNyLa.

Erwin Shah Ismail

Main Ensemble CAST

Erwin, a stage and screen actor, graduated from LASALLE College of the Arts’ BA(Hons) Acting program. He has performed various international works for audiences in Malaysia, Philippines, Peru and Scotland. In Singapore, his credits include Jeremiah in Boom (Sight Lines), Mercutio in Romeo+Juliet (W!ld Rice) and Georg in Spring Awakening (Pangdemonium!).

Ghazali Muzakir

MAIN ENSEMBLE CAST

Ghazali Muzakir is an actor, educator, video maker, designer and blood donor. He loves to weave lost dreams and stray thoughts into aesthetically meaningful narratives. Acting credits include “Own Time Own Target” (W!LD Rice), “H is for Hantu” (STAGES), “Hakim & The Giant Turtle” (I Theatre) and “Merah Pawana” (Teater Ekamatra).

Chio Su-Ping

Main Ensemble Cast

Chio Su-Ping played the title role in I Theatre’s Rainbow Fish, was in Little Violet and The Angel, where she was the voice and puppeteer of little Violet, and Myra in the SRT Little Company’s production of Baby Love. She was also in Snow Dragon, by ITheatre and UK children’s theatre company, Tall Stories.

John Cheah

Main Ensemble Cast

John spent a good part of the year with Cake Theatrical Productions, appearing in Decimal Points 0.01, Si Ti Kay and Shape of A Dream. He also performed at the 2012 World Expo in Yeosu for the Singapore National Day celebration in August. In April, John performed in W!ld Rice’s Romeo+Juliet.

Kimberly Kwa

Lighting Designer

Kimberly is a lighting designer and production stage manager whose practice ranges across contemporary and independent theatre, dance, musicals, mixed media installations, classical concerts and events. She has been extensively involved with various production companies and arts organizations in Singapore and Australia. Her international credits include lighting designs for Adelaide Festival, Full Tilt at the Arts Centre, The Hayloft Project, A Bit of Argy Bargy, Daniel Schlusser, Ride on Theatre and Next Wave Festival, as well as technical and touring stage management for Red Stitch, Melbourne Comedy Festival, Alto Productions and Peepshow Inc. Kimberly has worked in various capacities with local performing and presenting groups, which include Maya Dance Theatre, Singapore Arts Festival, Singapore Symphony Orchestra and TheatreWorks. She is also a venue stage manager at Esplanade Theatres on the Bay, academic associate at Republic Polytechnic and adjunct lecturer at Lasalle College of the Arts. Kimberly is a graduate of Victorian College of the Arts (University of Melbourne).