Photography: Val Jiminez
- Watching a hearty show from the new College on the block.
- This reimagined version from the recently formed Impresario’s Player’s theatrical group was a feelgood show filled with song, dance and chuckles.
- In the director’s note, Tiffany Wong wrote that she was inspired to put on the play after finding out that we laugh at Shakespeare because we think we should, not because we actually find him humorous. Wong wanted to change this in her directorial debut.
- As You Like It was a testament to the magic of student productions. It was an amateur show with a largely inexperienced cast — it was clear everyone had put their hand up for an exciting new opportunity, and as a result, their hearts and souls made the atmosphere infectious. It’s what gave As You Like It its uninhibited, endearing charm.
- The dedication and hard work of the cast, crew and exec was clear from the first line. Yes, it was clumsy at times and had a few teething problems, but as far as first shots go, they scored high. With time and confidence, the Grad House’s Impresario Player’s group could give SUDS a bit of healthy competition.
Photos: Miela Malyon
I married my Diploma!
This was an extremely personal project that I was a bit reluctant to share but after receiving so much love from my friends, family, and colleagues and feeling like I could fully accept myself and my choices in life, I’ve been more than happy to share this weird, whacky, and unique adventure of marrying my Diploma of Language Studies (French) on the day of graduation!
Official photos by Michelle Dang (MLVD Photography)
Personal photos by Dennis Wong & Lillian Chua (my parents)
Flowers by Anika de Jong
Uz: The Town | Sydney Fringe Festival
Role: Dorothy / Directed and translated by: Veronica Barac / Written by: Gabriel Calderon / Produced by: Liam Jarvis / Publicity by: Elizabeth Chua / for the Sydney Fringe Festival / at New Theatre, Newtown