About Us

SRT’s Learning & Engagement Programme is committed to bringing meaningful and relevant programmes to young people, communities and professionals.

Our Mission: To harness the learning power of theatre to excite, enrich and educate young people, communities and professionals.

We believe theatre has the learning power to excite, engage and educate. We collaborate with leading organisations, artists and educators in Singapore and around the world to provide experiential, holistic arts based learning from pre-schools to corporate clients.

Excite: Creating a safe, immersive and stimulating environment
Enrich: Enhancing lives through holistic development
Educate: Pushing the boundaries of learning

Meet the Team

Paul Adams

Paul joined SRT in March 2017 at the Learning & Engagement Manager:

Paul has a Diploma in Musical Theatre and a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Performance from the University of Huddersfield. Current studying his Master’s degree in Leadership; he has worked for many UK Theatre companies, facilitating and managing Arts Education programmes with participants across formal education, community outreach and venue based programmes. Paul prides himself in the application of theatre as a tool in non-traditional theatre settings, working with children and adults from a diverse range of backgrounds; whether that is in a self–esteem boosting workshop or a leadership enhancement programme.

Kimberly Arriola

Kimberly joined SRT in January 2019 in the role of Learning & Engagement Officer:

Kimberly is a graduate of the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama with a Degree in Drama, Applied Theatre and Education and an alumna of Singapore Polytechnic’s Diploma in Drama, Applied Theatre and Education. As an artist, Kimberly greatly believes in bringing the arts into the local community, as evident through her past endeavours working with like-minded social and educational institutions such as SPD, Babes, the National Library Board and the National Institute of Education.

Kimberly is also an aspiring playwright having written her first play, Curry Puff commissioned as part of the Twenty-Something Theatre Festival in 2016.

Rebecca Goh

Rebecca joined SRT in March 2020 in the role of Learning & Engagement Co-ordinator.

Rebecca is an interdisciplinary theatre / movement director, dramaturg, writer, and researcher. She is an award-winning graduate from Royal Holloway, University of London, with a First Class Honours degree in Drama and Philosophy. She has directed, trained, and collaborated with many creatives and organisations from all over the world - at theatres and conferences in the Czech Republic, Germany, Poland, Singapore, and the United Kingdom. Her work has been commissioned by venues such as the Rose Theatre in Kingston, the King's Head Theatre in London, and The Substation.

Equipped with years of experience as a drama educator and youth theatre facilitator, Rebecca believes in empowerment through social advocacy and debate within the different art forms, and sharing the benefits of creative expression with individuals from all walks of life.