Messy, gripping real life

Oliver Chong shifts personae fluidly and effortlessly in A Fiend's Diary.
Oliver Chong shifts personae fluidly and effortlessly in A Fiend's Diary.PHOTO: THE FINGER PLAYERS

Actor-director-writer Oliver Chong makes a very particular, personal and confessional brand of theatre.

A Fiend's Diary is inspired by his annus horribilis last year, when his father died and he gave up his full-time position at The Finger Players.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on October 26, 2019, with the headline 'Messy, gripping real life'. Print Edition | Subscribe