Jeremiah Choy

Jeremiah Choy is one of the 14 Citizen Reviewers selected from the 2016 Open Call application. He has been invited to continue on in the 2017 cycle.

Jeremiah loves going to the theatre. He believes that theatre is a place where one can suspend (even for a short while) reality through myth, mystery and magic making. Theatre is for everyone, regardless of age, education and background. There is theatre around us, all over.  While not directing, curating or producing a show, he enjoys penning his thoughts through Jereisms and Jeresop Fables.

Jeremiah is a trained lawyer who went full time into the arts in 1997. He was the Artistic Curator of Play Den Productions (2009 to 2014), a platform to create theatre pieces that are looking for the Singapore voice with a universal and global appeal. He also directed Sing50, a concert that celebrates Singapore’s Golden Jubilee; ChildAid Concerts (2011 to 2015); Singapore Day (Sydney 2013, Shanghai 2015); Spotlight Singapore (Cape Town 2011,  Bratislava and Prague 2012, Mexico City 2015); and Gender and Sexuality, Studio 50 (2015). He is still pursuing his passion as a living and loving it.


“Gesturing Grief”
DEAR JAY by Blue Bean Productions
Reviewed on 15 December 2016

“Size does not matter”
SHRIMPS IN SPACE by GenerAsia Limited
Reviewed on 11 November 2016

“The Zen of One Breath”
RED SKY by Nine Years Theatre
Reviewed on 22 October 2016

“Simplicity is Bliss”
Reviewed on 2 June 2016

“Ties That Did Not Quite Bind”
INHERITANCE by The Finger Players
Reviewed on 14 April 2016

“The Effect of Love – in 4D!”
THE EFFECT by Pangdemonium! Productions
Reviewed on 12 March 2016

“The Physics of Being Physical”
NOW THEN AGAIN by NUS Theatre Ensemble
Reviewed on 11 March 2016

BI(CARA) by Pink Gajah Theatre
Reviewed on 21 January 2016