Pangdemonium is proudly a Singaporean theatre company, and also a non-profit organisation with IPC status.
Pangdemonium is a non-profit organisation with IPC Status.
Registration number: 201229915 M
Pangdemonium Theatre Company Ltd is supported by the National Arts Council under the Major Company Scheme for the period from 1 April 2023 to 31 March 2026.
After graduating from Keele University with a degree in Law and Psychology, Adrian spent the next eight years working as an actor in the UK, where his theatre credits include Hair; A Midsummer Night's Dream; The Comedy of Errors; The Magic Fundoshi (Best Comedy at the London Fringe Theatre Awards); The Mens Womb; A Christmas Carol; Tormented; The Circles of Paradise; One for the Road; Sleeping Beauty; New Territories; Take Away; Leaving Turnpike Lane and Privates on Parade.
His UK television work includes The Fragile Heart opposite the late great Sir Nigel Hawthorne; Lovejoy with lan McShane; Arabian Nights with Jason Scott Lee; and he has also appeared in Happiness; Bugs; Call Red; Taggart; The Knock; Trauma and The Bill.
Adrian's international film work includes the lead role in Spiralling (Best Film Award at the International Solidarity Festival); Tony Scott's Spy Game with Brad Pitt and Robert Redford; Nightwatch with Pierce Brosnan; Everybody Loves Sunshine with David Bowie; Michael Mann's Blackhat with Chris Hemsworth; Peggy Su!; Night Swimmer; Yellow Fever; A Brief Walk; Offending Angels, Second Generation, Bait, I Do I Do, Dance Dance Dragon, Gone Shopping; The Carrot Cake Conversations; The Blue Mansion; The Faith of Anna Waters; Unlucky Plaza; Food Nation and Reasonable Blood.
During that period, he would occasionally return to Singapore for stage work, most notably in the title role of Hamlet; as well as roles in Little Shop of Horrors;
Tracie trained at Croydon College, London, and has since clocked up 25 years as a theatre practitioner throughout the UK and Asia, working with Quicksilver Theatre Company, Johnny Ball Productions, Mu-Lan Theatre Company, Pimlico Opera, Theatre Royal Stratford East, Surrey Opera, and Theatreworks.
In Singapore, Tracie set up and, established The Little Company, a theatre company creating quality plays and musicals for children aged 3-14, for whom she has written and directed numerous productions. She was Associate Artistic Director for Singapore Repertory Theatre from 2006-2010.
In 2009 Tracie founded Pangdemonium Theatre Company with her husband Adrian, and went on to direct The Full Monty; Closer; Dealer's Choice; Spring Awakening; Swimming with Sharks; Rabbit Hole; Next to Normal; Gruesome Playground Injuries; Fat Pig; The Rise & Fall of Little Voice; Frozen; Circle Mirror Transformation; Tribes;
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