Christopher Chua

Christopher trained at the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, United Kingdom, graduating with a BA (Hons) in Theatre (Design for Performance) in 2009. He cut his performance designing teeth creating theatrical scenery for a wide range of performing arts ranging from English drama to Chinese musical theatre.

He has worked with UK performing arts groups such as Punchdrunk and Peut-être Theatre, as well as supplemented his experience with extensive involvement with local performing arts groups such as Pangdemonium, Toy Factory and W!ld Rice where he gained invaluable insights into visual storytelling and how to create a world in which the eyes see what the ears do not hear.

His design credits include The Masque of the Red Death (Punchdrunk/Battersea Art Centre, 2007 UK); This is That (Peut-être Theatre, 2008, UK); Isaac (Short film, 2008, UK); Merger and Accusations (Singapore Playhouse London, 2008, UK); Coffin Is Too Big For The Hole (College Project, CSM, 2008, UK); The Hour We Knew Nothing Of Each Other (College Project, CSM, 2009, UK); To Kill a Mocking Bird (Toy Factory, 2010); Maha Moggallana - A Story of Filial Piety (Toy Factory, 2010); White Soliloquy (Toy Factory, 2010); Take Heart (Temasek Polytechnic, 2010); Closer (Pangdemonium, 2011); Emily of Emerald Hill (W!ld Rice, 2011); 881 - The Musical (Toy Factory, 2011); Family Outing (W!ld Rice, 2011); All my sons (Open Stage, 2011); Don't Forget to Say Good Bye,记得说再见 (TCR Music, 2011).