- Act 1 turn
- Intermission (10mins)
- Act 2 re:turn
Gin is one of the pioneers and a triple threat in the hip-hop dance industry. Currently the Creative Director and Founder of Stirring Ground, Gin’s career as a dancer and choreographer is embellished with several dance championships. She co-directed Esplanade Huayi Arts Festival Opening 2021. Gin also choreographed and performed in ‘Fullout’ Scrach vs Marcs 2021 by Esplanade and ‘The 2 Stepsisters’ under Esplanade Open Call 2020. Gin is also an inspiring dance educator to many youths and gives her time working with youth-at-risks.
Student Production Team
Creative Leads (Left to Right): Lo Xi Yu (Joy), Ho Shu En
Creative Team (Left to Right): Tan Wan Tin, Enkhlin Batbold, Wee Antong, Cao Mingxuan,
Goh Xin Yi (not in photo)
Arts Team (Left to Right): Soh Shin Yee Jamie, Kimberly Chai Shi Hui, Nia Sarah Binte Azmy, Gwen Yong Jia Wen, Keith Chan Wei Shyan, Eugene Phang (not in photo)
Arts Team (Left to Right): Renee Ng Bao Xuan, Loh Shuang Ching, Jolene Wee Hui Ting, Tan Ee Ling, Chua Cui San Mabel
Aameer Bin Hassim, on the Rabana
Calista Liaw, on the Erhu
Hem Kumar, on the Tabla
Choreographed and Performed by: Gin Lam and Gerald Chan
Director & Director of Photography: Darren Choy Wong Loong
Pioneers in Traditional Dance featured in video
Ms Cai Shiji [蔡适吉老师], Dance Ensemble Singapore [新加坡聚舞坊]
Mdm Som Said, Sri Warisan Performing Arts Ltd
Ms Raka Maitra, Chowk Productions
Ms Meenakshy Bhaskar, Bhaskar’s Academy Arts
AUX Media Group
SMU Eurhythmix, or affectionately known as EMIX, is SMU’s premier hip-hop dance club. Known for its creative signature productions – Timeless and RAW for carrying strong and relatable messages with a tint of humour. In 2018, the club was crowned the tertiary champion in Super 24. EMIX also finds time to give back to the society through its community service initiative – Youth-Rhythmix [Y-MIX].
SMU Funk Movement
Established in 2013, SMU Funk Movement [SMUFM] is a street style dance club that specializes in funk styles, Popping and Locking. SMUFM believes in grooming its members into a close-knitted community of self-motivated dancers and has about 60 members typically. Member of SMUFM attend regular training and are provided with opportunities to develop their craft through University-wide events, club events, productions and participation in external dance battles.