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Join the Inclusive Young Company – 2024 Auditions Now Open  

Are you passionate about theatre? Your chance to step into the spotlight is here. 

A partnership with Access Path Productions, SRT’s Inclusive Young Company (iYC) is a holistic acting programme for young persons and adults between the ages of 16 – 35, who identify as d/Deaf, disabled, or neurodivergent. Both SRT and Access Path Productions as organisations believe in addressing the imbalance of accessibility to the arts.  

We believe in working with you, your experiences, and your stories, to support disabled-led and -focused work. We are passionate about guiding and honing your artistry and capabilities as individuals, with high-quality processes and execution.  

iYC features professional masterclasses and mentorship led by international artist Grace Lee-Khoo and various guest facilitators, which will provide a platform for the development of your creative potential as an independent performer and theatre-maker.  
Our key outcomes for this exciting programme include offering equality of learning and personal as well as professional development for young persons, engaging the general public with performances that reflect the experiences of marginalised communities in Singapore, and deepening the wider conversation around access in the arts, and beyond. 


Some of the benefits you can expect from the programme: 

  • Broadening and harnessing your talents alongside an incredibly diverse ensemble of fellow actors-in-training   

  • Making lifelong friendships and collaborations with individuals as passionate as you are   

  • Having opportunities to meet and network with partner organisations and artists, both local and international  

  • Access to our main stage productions, and the creative teams behind them 

2024 The Young Company (iYC) POTENTIAL MODULES


  • Disability Awareness Through the Arts
  • The Fundamentals of Drama
  • The Aesthetics of Difference and Access
  • Movement
  • Puppetry
  • Vocal Technique
  • Culminating in a semester-end showcase

SEMESTER TWO [Coming Soon]

The first semester of our 2024 programme will take place from 13 January – 4 May 2024, and the second semester from July – November 2024. The participation fee is SGD225.00 per semester

If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of, please submit your application to the 2024 cohort of participants.

For this round of auditions, participants will be given a choice between

  1. Auditioning live in person
  2. Auditioning live through an online session via Zoom
  3. Submitting audition tapes (video recordings)

The application deadline is 7 Jan 2024, 11.59pm.
Any questions? Please get in touch with us at

Black and white close up of Grace. In her early 30s, she has a slim, oval shaped face, bright piercing eyes and she is smiling without teeth. Her straight black hair is parted in the middle and reaches her shoulders. She is wearing a black leather jacket.Grace Lee-Khoo, Lead Artist

Grace completed her Masters in Applied Theatre at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in 2016. An Honours graduate from the National University of Singapore’s Theatre Studies Program (2009), she also holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Education from the National Institute of Education (Singapore) and taught Language Arts at St Margaret’s Secondary School between 2010-2013. In 2017, Grace was the International Artist in Residence at Graeae Theatre Company (London); UK’s flagship disability led inclusive theatre company.  


In 2018, Grace founded Access Path Productions, a social enterprise that champions equal access to the arts. Visit for more info. 



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