16 Mar '18, 8am

The founders of the Singapore Improv Festival, Kim Tan and Hazel Ho, on the power of spontaneity

The founders of the Singapore Improv Festival, Kim Tan and Hazel Ho, on the power of spontaneity

I started out when I was in university in England and I was looking for a club to join. I majored in politics and economics. I felt like I needed something different to do during my spare time. I wanted to join an improv group but there were over 200 applicants, so I joined another one. I came back to Singapore and read political science in NUS. I also did theatre studies because I was interested to do more improv. When I was in NUS, I started a club there, seven years ago, that’s where I met Hazel. I was part of a NUS group called, NUS Stage and I said I could teach them improve so it happened. There wasn’t much outreach so we wanted to do something that’s more self-sustaining to keep the scene going.

Full article: https://juice.com.sg/founders-singapore-improv-festival-k...

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