A major component of Pangdemonium’s mission is to nurture aspiring artists and technical practitioners. We want to provide opportunities for emerging talents to work with, and learn from, industry professionals, in a challenging and inspiring environment.
TheDBS-Pangdemonium NextGen Education Programme is our community outreach initiative created to do just that. With this very practical as well as instructive series of specialised workshops and master classes in various theatre disciplines, we aim to reach out to the community, fuel the creative instincts of young minds, cultivate the passion for the art of story-telling on stage, and share hands-on experience in the craft of theatre making.
In November 2014, we launched our inaugural Triple Threats Musical Theatre Workshop and Showcase, mentored by US-trained actor and professional Musical Theatre teacher Caleb Goh, and Musical Director Joanne Ho. After the success of the first workshop, we have conducted one every year since and will continue to do so into the future.

In 2015, we added the Stage Right Workshop to our repertoire. Under the mentorship of actor-playwright Stephanie Street, we aim to nurture emerging, young, dynamic dramatists. We look forward to discovering the next generation of exciting playwrights and give them an opportunity to showcase their writing.

We believe this will create a legacy of future generations of theatre professionals, sowing seeds for a more vibrant and progressive theatre industry, and pave the way towards a greater love of the arts among our community.
Most recently, we launched Write Here, Write Now, our Playwriting Mentorship programme, where we will select one promising applicant for a prestigious, year-long, one-on-one mentorship with Stephanie Street to write a full length play.
We would also like to thank DBS for coming on board to support the NextGen Education Programme for 2017!
If you wish to support us or find out more about the DBS-Pangdemonium NextGen Education Programme, please email education@pangdemonium.com


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