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Carolyn is a writer and educator. As a reader, she enjoys stories about strong women, amazing animals and one-pot wonders. As a writer, she focuses on non-fiction work. In 2015, she co-founded Mackerel, an online culture magazine, with Marc Nair. She writes and produces podcasts, op-eds and book reviews. Environmental issues are important to Carolyn and she tries her best to do her part through her own lifestyle habits and participation in education and discourse. As a scholar and educator, Carolyn's research and areas of applied practice include arts management, community art, language and literacy. More information on Carolyn and her work is available on www.creativevoice.sg and www.mackerel.life. Carolyn is currently based in Singapore.

Podcast 79: Asia TOPA (Part 2)

The following review is made possible through a Critical Residency programme supported by In this latest podcast episode, Nabilah Said and Carolyn Oei discuss various productions that were recently presented at Melbourne’s Asia TOPA: Are You Ready To Take The Law Into Your Own Hands | Hades Fading | À Ố Làng Phố | Dragon […]

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Podcast 78: Asia TOPA (Part 1)

The following review is made possible through a Critical Residency programme supported by In this latest podcast episode, Nabilah Said and Carolyn Oei discuss various productions that were recently presented at Melbourne’s Asia TOPA: Black Ties |  HuRu-hARa | Chinese Square Dancers | The Seen and Unseen | Torch the Place | Metal This is the first of a two-part

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Podcast 68: Critics Live! Wild Rice’s Merdeka

Theatre critics Corrie Tan, Nabilah Said, Carolyn Oei and Kathy Rowland discuss the recent production of WILD RICE’s Merdeka / 獨立 /சுதந்திரம், in a critics-led post-show conversation held in front of an audience on 19 October 2019 at WILD RICE’s Ngee Ann Kongsi Theatre. The Critics Live session is organised by ArtsEquator. The transcript below

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