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People at AGAM


Subramanian Ganesh

Founder and Managing Director


Subramanian Ganesh’s body of work spans in the field of performing arts embracing a wide range of roles such as directing, acting and lighting design. A committed practitioner with a desire to push artistic boundaries amongst his generation in Singapore, Ganesh is considered a promising figure at the forefront of Tamil theatre scene in Singapore. He started his theatre journey as an actor 15 years ago. He has since built an impressive portfolio, working with almost all of Tamil theatre companies in Singapore. By working with a multitude of professional groups, he has displayed a ceaseless zest to hone his craft as a director and a collaborator of theatre works.


Nallu Dhinakaran

Creative Director

Nallu Dhinakharan is a passionate professional with a proven track record in the Arts scene both as a practitioner as well as an educator with relevant experiences and achievements in both fields. In 2008, he and his team took part in the Cannes Film Festival Community Documentary Category and were awarded the Distinguished Community Documentary Award. A theatre practitioner for the past 15 years, Nallu has been involved in several noteworthy Tamil language theatre productions in various capacity over the past decade. His passion lies in research, music production as well as administration. As a pioneer Cultural Geographer in the research of performance as a carrier of Tamil Culture in Singapore, he has a strong personal interest in furthering the scholarly works of Tamil theatre in Singapore. 

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Charlinda Pereira

Company Manager


Charlyn is a production manager and stage manager with experience in commercial and community projects in Singapore. Her recent works include Animal Farm (2022) by AGAM Theatre Lab; Vincent (2022) by Leonard Nimoy; ___ Can Change (2021) by The Necessary Stage; Re:Somma (2021) by AGAM Theatre Lab; Cyril & Michael (2021) by Bridging the Gap Collective; subTITLED 1.0 (2021) by Bridging the Gap Collective; 7cm (2020) short film by K.Rajagopal; Being Mrs Gandhi (2019) by HuM Theatre; Acting Mad (2019) by The Necessary Stage; Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me (2019) by Pantheon Media and National Council of Social Service. Trained in events management (ITE), arts management (Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, LASALLE College of the Arts), and technical theatre (Esplanade Co Ltd), she continues to actively contribute to the arts and entertainment scene, building many strong positive relationships in the scene as a young and budding producer and arts manager.


Durga Devi

Admin Executive


Exposure to the arts started at a tender age for Durga. Being involved in classical Indian dance productions for 17 years, and having witnessed drama productions as an audience and later as an actress, got her intrigued into the makings of the arts scene. She has always believed that the food for soul lays in this exposure to the arts. She would love to develop this interest of hers and contribute back to the arts scene that has made her who she is today.

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