Adeeb studied Theatre Studies and Drama at the ‘A’ Levels and completed a minor in Drama and Performance at Nanyang Technological University where he majored in Communication Studies. In 2014, his work on the reconstruction of Yellow Chair Productions’ original piece You Think, I Thought, Who Confirm? earned him a mention in Timeout Singapore’s Rising Stars in the article ‘30 Things We Love About Theatre in Singapore’.
His role as artistic director of The Second Breakfast Company has seen him direct shows ranging from Singapore classics like Goh Poh Seng’s The Moon Is Less Bright, to original works like Myle Yan Tay’s Lemmings which was runner up in the youth category for the 2014 24-Hour Playwriting Competition. In March 2019, he co-wrote, directed and performed in Performing Malay Sketches, which premiered at the Arts House as part of Textures Festival. The work featured excerpts from Alfian Sa’at’s book Malay Sketches.
Adeeb has also worked with Bhumi Collective and Adeeb & Shai on dead was the body till i taught it how to move (2018) and Last of Their Generation, which was presented at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe. In 2019, he directed Heather under the Gateway Theatre artist residency. Adeeb is also a founding member of Impromptu Meetings.
Denise graduated from LASALLE College of the Arts with a First Class Honors in BA Arts Management. Since then, Denise has worked with several arts groups & projects under different capacities – marketing/PR, project management and administration. Some of the organisations she has worked with include Esplanade, Dream Academy Productions, NUS Centre for the Arts, Dance Nucleus, OperaViva Ltd, LASALLE College of the Arts and Urban Redevelopment Authority. Most recently, Denise manages Marketing Communications, Advertising and Projects at ArtsEquator Ltd. while also taking on freelance arts work.
Kristine’s experience with theatre started at Yellow Chair Productions (YCP) and it’s surprising to look back at how opportunities and people she met at YCP have led to Kristine’s experience with theatre started at Yellow Chair Productions (YCP) and it’s surprising to look back at how opportunities and people she met at YCP have led to the start of The Second Breakfast Company. Though still a long way ahead for this young company, Kristine is looking forward to greater challenges and for its individuals alike to grow together. Having graduated from LASALLE College of the Arts with a BA (Hons) in Arts Management, Kristine recognises that an arts administration role is critical for the development of all art forms.
She was previously with the National Arts Council, visual arts sector, from 2017 to 2021. Her portfolio included programming for the visual arts precinct, Gillman Barracks, for events such as Art After Dark. Kristine currently works as an arts manager in the local cultural field.
Nah Dominic is an educator, researcher, dramaturg and writer. He is currently a Research Assistant at the National Institute of Education on a project concerning cosmopolitan ethics and literature education. He also teaches introductory and advanced literature courses at the Singapore University of Social Sciences as Associate Faculty. A graduate from University of Warwick (MA in World Literature/BA in English Literature), he is now preparing a PhD proposal exploring how secondary school and adult part-time undergraduate students can become more cognitively and affectively resilient in approaching their literary studies.
Dramaturg credits include “The Moon Is Less Bright” by The Second Breakfast Company, “Alice, Bob & Eve” with RAW Moves. He has also been invited by Asian Dramaturgs’ Network (ADN) to work as rapporteur at the ADN Lab in Yogyakarta, Indonesia in 2018 and several other workshops.