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The Teacher Talks: Episode 3 - Centre for Applied Practice in Education

The Teacher Talks: Episode 3

Episode 3: Paul Anthony Adams

Paul is the Learning and Engagement Manager at the Singapore Repertory Theatre (SRT), a post he has held since 2017. In this conversation, we talked about the hows and whys of creating inclusive theatre experiences in Singapore for both a diverse audience and a diverse range of theatre practitioners. Indeed, inclusion can happen in all aspects of our lives! Paul would like to clarify that the SRT has put up 20-30 access shows in the last five years, no mean feat. Have you attended one of them yet?

In this first episode, I interviewed Joash Zheng (they/them), a performer, voiceover artist and stunt actor with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
In this second episode, I had an interesting talk with Mhairi Jerga about being a “Third Culture Kid” and raising “Third Culture Kids” of her own.