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"Theatre is a visual and vicereal megaphone, its an intense journey with strangers who become family, it's discovery, its possibility and empowerment"

God composed the body that there should be no divide in the body, but the same care for one another. If they were all one member, where would the body be?

Unity and Diversity

So who am I? And what is my work about? Since the age of 7, I was captivated by the power of theatre from a simple TIE show that toured our local primary school. My parents were Vietnamese boat people, so we had little opportunity to engage with Arts and culture. However, it just so happens to be the most prominent language in our family today. 

I grew up in a transcultural landscape of rice and roast potatoes, this has informed much of my work and the stories I tell. My work generally contains a multi-sensory and immersive DNA, is molded around everyday life and experienced intimately yet collectively. I work closely with audio and sound, enjoying mediums such as Headphone Verbatim and audio theatre. I have just finished co-creating a film called Looking for you, aswell as a unique audio dining experience with New earth theatre called Sonic Pho.

​I attended Central school of speech and drama, studying on the Collaborative and devised theatre course. This shaped my collaborative nature as a maker and producer. For much my career, I  have worked closely with Vietnamese and global majority communities. I discovered a love for working with non-theatre-based people; I continue this work today at The museum of the home, as the community engagement producer.

However before this, I was the associate producer at The Dukes Theatre on the Sustained Regional Theatre programme, and the stage one producer at HOME Manchester. 

To be continued...



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