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Stage Cast

Shu Yi Ching

as Kara Andrei

Shu Yi Ching discovered her passion for performing at a very young age. Born in Singapore, raised in China and Canada, Shu Yi returned to Singapore to pursue a performing arts degree in Musical Theatre from LASALLE College of the Arts.


Her Theatre Credits include:  Into The Woods directed by Andrew Davidson; Taming of The Shrew directed by Stefanos Rassios; Cabaret directed by Adam Marple; Eurydice by Jasdeep Singh; and Family by Adeeb Fazah. Shu Yi has also worked with Asa Gim Palomera in GENERASIA’s Women Of Asia, and was recently in Toy Factory’s PRISM. On screen, Shu Yi can be seen in various Mediacorp productions, most recently as Janelle in Channel 5's Faculty.


Trained in dancing, singing and acting, Shu Yi wishes to explore various forms of performance both on the stage and screen, as well as to help educate youngster in the theatre, and aid them in finding their passion and creativity. 

Mitchell Lagos

as Jovian Nickson

Mitchell; intense, abroad and fresh faced, believes in pushing boundaries of social norms. His personal work @ArtMulch is an interactive pARTy theatre experiment, attempting to remove artist block and grow creative flow by exploring everything as a canvas and “working out” creativity. Who says we can’t draw on the walls, clothes or each other???

Mitchell hosts, directs and tours the new Hi5 Chatterbox Live series.
Recent theatre: Tropicana The Musical (Patrick, Foufou, Frank Sinatra); Matthew Lee Robinson’s New Voices : Melbourne; Pangdemonium’s Rent (Benny); SRT’s Romeo and Juliet (Tybalt); Georgetown Theatre Festival's Pearl of the Eastern and Oriental (Lord Amherst); Udderbelly HongKong in MIE’s Angelina Ballerina (Sid Whiskers); Stageclub’s Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo (Kev); SRT’s Treasure Island (O’Brien/Billy). 

He was awarded first class honors in BA Musical Theatre from LASALLE College of the Arts under scholarship. He was grateful to be given the LASALLE Award for Academic Excellence as the top student for the BA Performing Arts faculty (2015).

Jo Tan

as Dr. Elija Amble

Jo is a lawyer-turned-performer who hosts, sings, and plays a range of multi-national characters on screens of various sizes (small screen, big screen and computer screen), and for both plays and musicals in English and Mandarin that have travelled as far as New York, London and Korea. Since her return, she's constantly been either on the stage and screen, scoring positive reviews while playing major roles in such productions as W!ld Rice's La Cage Aux Folles, The Finger Players' Itsy the Musical, and Michael Chiang's Army Daze 2.

Prem John

as Dr. Wichiter McCaine

Prem started his journey in the creative arts in 2012 when he was thrown into a play at the last minute. 


Enjoying that tremendously, he is now fully committed to seeing where the creative journey takes him. Prem studied acting at NY Tisch Asia and at the Stella Adler School where he has worked with John Wills Martin and Ron Burrus. He was cast in his first major play and film in 2012 and since then has been kept very busy with numerous roles in theatre, feature films, television and in numerous commercial campaigns.


Recent theatre credits include the roles Dr. Toby in ‘The Effect’, Derek in “Lady of Soul’, Billy Ratnam in The Arsonists, Prospero in The Tempest. He has also recently started doing stand-up and writing original narratives.

Remesh Panicker

as Akamai


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Short Films

Celine Ng

Celine is a nineteen year-old student with lots of love for theatre. Over the years, she has tried her hand at different aspects of theatre-making through school productions and the SRT Young Co in a range of capacities like acting, directing, scriptwriting, and lighting.


She has enjoyed every bit of the adventure so far and hopes to develop her craft in the years to come. Having spent quite a lot of time admiring Human+ from a distance, she is excited and privileged to have finally sidled her way into its film arm.


This is also her first time ever acting infront of a camera so she is glad that she is working with friends new and old who have already taught her much with their infinite patience! She considers herself extremely lucky to be part of this production and hopes the audience will enjoy it thoroughly. 

Farah Aishah

Like most of us, Farah began life as a baby. However, unlike most of us, her youthful glow continues to shine through her demeanour in a manner reminiscent of infants everywhere. This is true despite being endowed with Darth Vader's voice, which polite friends describe as a "husky alto". In her young schooling days, she was President of the Meridian Junior College English Drama Club.


Her most recent acting credits include SRT's Young Company's "The Tempest", "The Caucasian Chalk Circle" and "The Roses of Eyam" as well as Buds Youth Theatre’s “From Scratch”. In her spare time, Farah delights in screeching show tunes from the shower, having spontaneous late-night suppers with friends and going on long drives. Farah’s secret dark fantasy is to make strangers cry in the dark.

Joel Tan

Recently graduated from SRT's Young Company, Joel is eager to be involved in the scene more than ever. Human+ to Joel is an innovative approach towards Theatre as it is his virgin experience with the Sales & Marketing component. Joel secretly admires Khai for his efforts in turning his vision into reality, and thanks Khai for the wonderful working experience.


Credits: Roses of Eyam (SRT), Caucasian Chalk Circle (SRT), Chinglish (Pangdemonium)


Joel is extremely thankful and stoked to be working with talents from his Young Company, as well as some of the major players in the scene.

Benjamin Koh

Benjamin is currently in his final year at NAFA doing a Diploma in Theatre. He is also part of The Young Company, the youth wing of SRT.


His previous works include Kip in Raised in Captivity, Son in Fugitives, Stepan Stepanovitch Tschubukov in A Marriage Proposal, Demetrius in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Keeper in Richard II. He was also an ensemble member in The Young Company Graduation Showcase of Roses of Eyam in 2016.

Still forging his path in theatre, Benjamin enjoys exploring different art forms, aspects of theatre, and running front-of-houses for theatre shows. He hopes to one day be able to write his own play and have his own school for speech and drama.

Besides working out in his free time, Benjamin would also watch online dramas, learn popping and play video games. Conspiracy Theories and online articles contribute to his list of hobbies as well.

Benjamin is grateful to be a part of Human+ and hopes that it'll be a thrill of a ride for everyone.

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