credits

 

                    

 

This website was created as an extension of spell#7’s 2016 performance of National Language Class, commissioned by National Gallery Singapore.

 

The site contains material developed in the first of two successive research projects funded by the Singapore Ministry of Education at the National University of Singapore: Relocating Intercultural Theatre and Digital Archiving and Intercultural Performance (Academic Research Fund Tier 2: MOE2008-T2-1-110; MOE2013-T2-1-011). This website is hosted in the Asian Intercultural Digital Archives (AIDA) portal created in the second project.

 

Some material for the site was developed by Paul Rae during a Faculty of Arts writing semester held at the Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore.

 

Special thanks to: Alfian Sa’at, Claire Devine, Sushma Goh, Koh Nguang How, Kenneth Kwok and The Flying Inkpot, Yishan Lam, Rebecca Lee, Alvin Lim, Bernie Ng, Ng Yi-Sheng, Noor Effendy Ibrahim, Kate Pocklington, Kathy Rowland, Sahirrah Safit, Seng Yu Jin, Ken Takiguchi, Tang Fu Kuen, Taylor and Francis Group, Yeo Yann Yann, Associate Professor Yong Li Lan, Yuen Chee Wai.

 

  • Video Credits

    National Language Class (2016)

    Producers: Paul Rae, Kaylene Tan

    Editor: Gek Li San

    Camera: Eric Lim

    Camera Assistant: Varma Vinod

     

    National Language Class (2008)

    Producers: Paul Rae, Kaylene Tan

    Editor: Fran Borgia

    Camera: Vincent Yap

     

    Teach Yourself (2008)

    Performers: Noor Effendy Ibrahim, Yeo Yann Yann

    Director: Paul Rae

    Camera: Amandi Wong

    Camera Assistant: Alex Tan

    Sound: Richard Loh

     

    Interviews with Alfian Sa’at, Koh Nguang How, Noor Effendy Ibrahim and Yeo Yann Yann

    Editor: Fran Borgia

     

    Interviews with Seng Yu Jin, Sushma Goh and Kate Pocklington

    Editor: Kaylene Tan

     

  • Website Credits

    Producers: Paul Rae, Kaylene Tan

    Programmer/Developer: Miguel Escobar

    Designer: Diane Yuri

  • HOW TO CITE

    Citational styles vary, and specific content requires more details. The following information is for the site as a whole:

     

    Title of Website: National Language Class

    Author of the content: Paul Rae

    Year of publication: 2016

    Edition/version: 1

    URL: www.nlc-web.org

  • about spell#7

    spell#7 was established in Singapore in 1997 by Kaylene Tan (Singapore) and Paul Rae (UK). Over the years, the company developed a distinctive and inventive focus on the ways history, culture and politics intersect in everyday life through intimate theatrical performances and environmental soundworks. Paul is currently Associate Professor in Theatre Studies at the University of Melbourne, and the author of Theatre and Human Rights (2009) and Real Theatre: Essays in Experience (2017). Kaylene works freelance as a writer, content developer and producer. Her latest play is Deep in the Heart of Me (2017). Read more about the company here.

     

    www.spell7performance.org

    spell7performance [at] gmail.com

National Language Class © 2016

  • spell#7 was established in Singapore in 1997 by Kaylene Tan (Singapore) and Paul Rae (UK). Over the years, the company developed a distinctive and inventive focus on the ways history, culture and politics intersect in everyday life through intimate theatrical performances and environmental soundworks. Paul is currently Associate Professor in Theatre Studies at the University of Melbourne, and the author of Theatre and Human Rights (2009) and Real Theatre: Essays in Experience (2017). Kaylene works freelance as a writer, content developer and producer. Her latest play is Deep in the Heart of Me (2017). Read more about the company here.

      

      

 

This website was created as an extension of spell#7’s 2016 performance of National Language Class, commissioned by National Gallery Singapore.

 

The site contains material developed in the first of two successive research projects funded by the Singapore Ministry of Education at the National University of Singapore: Relocating Intercultural Theatre and Digital Archiving and Intercultural Performance (Academic Research Fund Tier 2: MOE2008-T2-1-110; MOE2013-T2-1-011). This website is hosted in the Asian Intercultural Digital Archives (AIDA) portal created in the second project.

 

Some material for the site was developed by Paul Rae during a Faculty of Arts writing semester held at the Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore.

 

Special thanks to: Alfian Sa’at, Claire Devine, Sushma Goh, Koh Nguang How, Kenneth Kwok and The Flying Inkpot, Yishan Lam, Rebecca Lee, Alvin Lim, Bernie Ng, Ng Yi-Sheng, Noor Effendy Ibrahim, Kate Pocklington, Kathy Rowland, Sahirrah Safit, Seng Yu Jin, Ken Takiguchi, Tang Fu Kuen, Taylor and Francis Group, Yeo Yann Yann, Associate Professor Yong Li Lan, Yuen Chee Wai.