Mia Chee


Company Director & Co-founder

Mia is an actor, theatre producer and educator, also co-founder and Company Director of Nine Years Theatre, with over 20 years of professional experience.

She found her love in performing at the age of 9 when she joined Rediffusion's children radio drama group. Since then, she has been performing through her teenage years and eventually graduated with a BA in Theatre Studies and Chinese Language from the National University of Singapore.

To further her research in the actor’s body, training and performance, Mia studied Viewpoints with SITI Company (New York) and Suzuki Method of Actor Training with SITI and Suzuki Company of Toga (Japan), and has been practising these trainings for more than 10 years. She also shared and led NYT’s classes, jams, and classes in schools on the above methods. She’s currently an Alumni Network Ambassador of the SITI Company.

As a continuation from her background in radio work since young, she worked as a part-time DJ at Y.E.S. FM93.3 during the years 1997 – 2014. Since 2015, she has been teaching NYT’s Diction of Standard Mandarin class. She was a founding and core member of the NYT Ensemble through its journey (2014 - 2021), and led the ensemble in vocal and speech training.

Since university days, she worked as a performer with various theatre companies such as Toy Factory Productions Ltd, Dramabox, The Theatre Practice, The Necessary Stage and TheatreWorks. Today, she has been the producer of all NYT shows. Recent performing credits include Everything For You, Immortal Variables, See You, Anniversary, Windward Side of the Mountain, Between You And Me, Electrify My World, Three Sisters, Oedipus, Dear ElenaFirst FleetFAUST/USLear Is DeadPissed JulieCut Kafka!Art StudioRed SkyRed DemonThe Lower DepthsTartuffeAn Enemy of the PeopleThe Bride Always Knocks Twice and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?.








waiting for audience

Waiting For Audience

Two eccentric characters negotiate with a theatre owner for a final performance, in a play inspired by existential theatre classics.

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