Cordelia Lee

Cordelia Lee

Cordelia Lee is one of the seven Citizen Reviewers selected from the 2017 Open Call application. She has been invited to continue on in the 2018 cycle.

Cordelia is a second-year Theatre Studies and English Linguistics double major, who is currently trapped in a full-time relationship with the National University of Singapore. When life with NUS gets too overwhelming, she purchases student-discounted tickets to local plays, slips into the theatre, and savours every moment of her temporarily bought freedom.

She views the theatre as a liminal space providing far more than simply entertainment. It is there where inspiration strikes, where beliefs are challenged and discussions are sparked. While she appreciates a wide range of theatrical styles, she admits to being especially intrigued by avant-garde performances. Often, the more perplexing and thought-provoking they are, the better.

Outside of university and the theatre, she finds herself spinning to Spanish music on the salsa dance floor, torturing her obliques in the gym, and routinely singing to ’90s hits in the shower.


“Does It Matter? Yes, It Does.”
DOES IT MATTER? by Tapestry Playback Theatre
Reviewed on 16 September 2017

“Hitting All The Right Notes”
The Wee Question Mark and the Nameless by The Theatre Practice
Reviewed on 4 August 2017

BEING HARESH  SHARMA by The Necessary Stage
Reviewed on 29 June 2017

“Dragonflies Drags On”
DRAGONFLIES by Pangdemonium
Reviewed on 24 August 2017

“A Play Gone Off-Key”
THE BALD SOPRANO by Young & Wild
Reviewed on 9 June 2017

“A Nominal Fee For Nostalgic Lessons”
NORMAL by Checkpoint Theatre
Reviewed on 15 April 2017

“A Bloody Mess”
Reviewed on 23 February 2017

“Pretty Butches, Walking Down the Fringe”
PRETTY BUTCH by Tan Liting
Reviewed on 11 January 2017