Words Around the World with Singapore Wolf Trap by SRT

Get ready to embark on a ‘word-wind’ adventure with 'Words Around the World'!

Join SRT’s Singapore Wolf Trap Artists on this fun-filled journey as they share innovative arts-based teaching strategies to early childhood teachers and principals through the disciplines of drama, music, and movement, enabling children to learn new vocabulary through drama and movement and to engage their voices, bodies, and emotions as they explore new places through their imaginations.


    Target Audience: Centre Directors/Principals & Educators/ Practitioners

    Presenter 1


    Ms Rachel Nip 


    Rachel Nip is a choreographer, performer and teaching artist in dance and theatre. She is also a co-founder of Hello, How Do You Move? with Ammar Ameezy, a Deaf artist and filmmaker, where they create projects working with both Deaf and hearing artists on projects that share Deaf culture and perspectives. Recent projects include Tell-Tale Signs (ART:DIS), Watch Me Watch You (The Artground). She received her training from City College of San Francisco, UC Irvine, The Finger Players and Singapore Repertory Theatre. 

    Rachel is a Teaching Artist in SRT's Wolf Trap and Accelerate Access programmes and enjoys working with educators and students to share in the joy of imagination and discover play through dance and theatre.   

    Presenter 2


    Ms Shanice Stanislaus 

    shanice stanislausShanice is a multiple award-winning clown and actor. Her comedy-clown show ‘Mail Ordered’ is the winner of 3 Canadian Awards; the Pick of the Fringe award (Vancouver), Patron’s Pick Award (Toronto), and the Jester’s Cap Emerging Artist Award (Calgary), and was nominated for the ‘Artistic Risk’ award at the Vancouver Fringe Festival. She was also a featured artist in the award-winning production ‘Dance to Death’ for El Festival Del Grec in Barcelona. She has worked internationally with Flamenco Dance maestro Antonio Vargas, UK Director David Glass, Spanish director Alberto Velasco, and award-winning Broadway jazz choreographer Sue Samuels. She has trained with Philippe Gaulier (France) and the contemporary clown theatre company, Spymonkey(UK).

    In addition to her acting career, Shanice is a creative entrepreneur and the founder of Creatives Inspirit, a Singapore-based creative arts company. She has taught clown, play-based dance workshops with Clown Gym (NYC), International Schools Theatre Association (UK), Singapore Repertory Theatre, Wild Rice, and the Haque Centre of Acting & Creativity.

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