"I joined Singapore Monologue Slam because I wanted to keep reminding myself of the actor's training, I just wanted to keep working and acting, basically.
What I love about performing is that you get to tell people things that maybe they don't want to hear, or at least hear things that they've already heard but in a different way, so it's a great way to talk to people.
What I think is great about Singapore Monologue Slam is that you're making acting a bit more palatable, accessible to anybody, so it's not one whole full play, you can actually see characters, stories even in one minute shorts.
I think my challenge will be, as I say to get over the fear of performing again, and to not focus on my mistakes, I think, to keep moving on.
My advice to actors is that don't think that when you become a different character it's not you. There's always a part of you. If it isn't you, you wouldn't be performing it."