"I joined Singapore Monologue Slam because monologues have always fascinated me. I was inspired when I watched last year's edition, and especially the orignal piece. It's really interesting to tell the story of a character in that one-minute or two-minute span that you're actually telling.
What I love about performing, it's about doing justice to the character, it's about be it whether the character is angry, or the character is dealing with a break up, or maybe the character is just diagnosed with cancer, but it's just telling someone's story, and I love and enjoy story telling.
What do I think about the Singapore Monologue Slam? I think it's a fantastic way, because I've seen people from all walks of life, they've basically come to join Singapore Monologue Slam. You have got people who have done monologues before and are experienced and then you have newbies. It's always so exciting to see fresh blood in and see what they can actually offer, and it's also good hopes that maybe you can develop a career on after this.
I think one of the biggest challenge I feel for Singapore Monologue Slam is for myself, i think personally, is to keep within the time limit, because sometimes you get a bit excited or carried away when you're telling the monologue, or when you're preparing it. I think that's one fear I have. I guess another point is although it's still a competition, but I guess, enjoying the process [is also important]."