Dwayne Lau


Dwayne graduated from The NUS Theatre Studies Program (Hon) in 2007. He currently heads the drama department at his church and is the drama coach of St. Anthony’s Canossian Secondary School.

His stage credits include Chestnuts; Broadway for Suakus (STAGES); ’Scarecrow’ in The Wizard of Oz (I Theatre); ‘Long John Silver’ in Treasure Island; ‘Templeton’ in Charlotte’s Web; ‘Record Keeper’ in Forbidden City (Singapore Repertory Theatre); Wild Rice’s Own Time Own Target, HOTEL, La Cage Aux Folles, ‘Blue Fairy’ in Pinocchio and ‘Boxer and Old Major’ in Animal Farm. In 2021, He premiered The Amazing Celestial Race and Momotaro as both playwright and assistant director. Last year, he starred in Sing’theatre’s Cabaret playing ‘Emcee’ and will be playing Mr. Mushnik in their 2024 staging of The Little Shop of Horrors. This year he also joins Pangdemonium’s Falling where he plays the father.

His TV credits include ‘Host’ for Streets Made for Talking (Channel News Asia) and ‘The Principle’ in What on Earth (MeWatch).




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