Academic Profile : Faculty

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Assoc Prof Tan Cheng Chye Marcus
Associate Professor, National Institute of Education - Visual & Performing Arts
Journal Articles (Central)
Ng, H.H., & Tan, M.C.C. (in press). Soundscapes as Cultural Heritage: Lesson Ideas for the Classroom. Music Educators Journal, -, -.

Tan, M.C.C. (2023). Sounding Singapore: Sound as Cultural Heritage. Acoustic Ecology Review, 1(1), N.A..

Tan, M.C.C. (2022). The Curios Carnival: Margaret Leng Tan's Theatrimusicality. TDR: The Drama Review, 66(3), 52-63.

Tan, M.C.C., Chye, S.Y.L, & Teng, K.S.M. (2022). 'In the shoes of another': immer sive technology for socialand emotional learning. Education and Information Technologies, 27(null), 8165-8188.

McGrath, A., Tan, M.C.C., Purkayastha, P., & Havelkova, T. (2021). Editorial: Soun ding Corporealities. Theatre Research International, 46(2), 108-114.

Tan, M.C.C. (2021). Moving Cage: Vibration, Sonification and the Quanta of Time. Theatre Research International, 46(2), 169-183.

Tan, M.C.C. (2020). Disruptive Vocalities: Auditory Immersion in Punchdrunk's 'A Drowned Man' and First-Person Digital Games. Journal of Sound, Silence, Image and Technology (JoSSIT), 3(null), 94-110.

Tan, M.C.C. (2019). Embodying Senescence: Performing agedness in the space of virtuality. Performance Research, 24(3), 68-75.

Tan, M.C.C. (2016). Elephant Head on White Body: Reflexive I nterculturalism in Ganesh Versus the Third Reich. Contemporary Theatre Review, 26(4), 416-428.

Tan, M.C.C. (2016). Spectres of Shakespeare: Ong Keng Sen's Search: Hamlet and the Intercultural Myth. Cahiers Elisabethains: A Journal of English Renaissance Studies, 90(1), 129-140.

Tan, M.C.C. (2015). Performative Silence: Race, Riot and the End of Multiculturalism. Journal of Interdisciplinary Voice Studies, 1(1), 9-22.

Tan, M.C.C. (2015). Harmonic Reveries: The Intercultural Signifiance of Lear Dreaming. Recher ches Semiotiques / Semiotic Inquiry, 35(2-3), 145-162.

Tan, M.C.C. (2015). K-Contagion: Sound, Space and Speed in Psy's 'Gangnam Style'. The Drama Review, 59(1), 83-96.

Tan, M.C.C. ( 2013). Between Sound and Sight: Framing the Exotic in Roysten Abel's The Manganiyar Seduction. Theatre Research International, 38(1), 47-61.

Tan, M.C.C. (2011) . Every Situation has its Rhythm: Acoustic Mimesis and Sonic Exoticism in Tambours Sur La Digue. Contemporary Theatre Review, 21(2), 189-200.

Tan, M.C. C. (2009). Zeros and Os: Silence, Absence and Erasure in an intercultural O-thello. Trinity College Dublin Journal of Postgraduate Research, 8, 106-119.

Tan, M.C.C. (2009). 'If Music Be the Food of Love': An Acoustic 'Fourth World' in Ong Keng Sen's Awaking. Platform: Postgraduate eJournal of Theatre and Performing Arts, 4(2), 37-57.

Tan , M.C.C. (2008). A Document in Madness: Ophelia's Music of Insanity. Trinity College Dublin Journal of Postgraduate Research, 7, 55-74.

Tan, M.C.C. (2002). (Dis)Harmony in Illyria: Music, Order, and Time in Twelfth Night. Litteraria Pragensia, 12(23), 80-97.

Tan, M.C.C. (2001). Here I am yet cannot hold this visible shape: The Music of Gender in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night. Comitatus: A Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 32(1), 99-125.

Books (Central)
TAN, M.C.C., RAJENDRAN, C. (Ed.). (2020). Performing Southeast Asia: Performance, Politics and the Contemporary (PP. 294). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Tan, M.C.C. (2012). Acoustic Interculturalism: Listening to Performance (PP. 259). Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.

Book Chapters (Central)
Tan, M. C. C., Chye, S. Y. L., & Teng, S. M. (2023). Teaching Social-Emotional Learning with Immersive Virtual Technology: Exploratory Considerations. In Chye, S. Y. L., & Chua, B. L. (Eds.), Pedagogy and Psychology of Digital Education(PP. 169-196). Singapore: Springer.

Lum, C. -H., Tan, M . C. C., Chong, G. K. (2021). 'Donch play play!' Incubating works for young audiences in Singapore.. In Lum, C.H., J. Wong (Ed.), The Artground ecology: Engaging children in arts and play experiences(PP. 135-174). Singapore: Springer.

Tan, M.C.C. (2020). "(Re)Sounding Universals in Peter Brook's Battlefield". In Lei, D., McIvor, C (Ed.), Methuen Drama Handbook of Interculturalism and Performance(PP. 13-27). London: Bloomsbury Methuen Drama.

Tan, M.C.C., Rajendran, C. (2020). Politics, Performance, The Contemporary and Southeast Asia. In Tan, M.C.C., Rajendran, C. (Ed.), Performing Southeast Asia: Performance, Politics and the Contemporary(PP. 1-34). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Tan, M.C.C. (2020). Bangsokol: A Requiem for Cambodia: The Politics of Memory and an Aesthetics of Remembrance'. In Tan, M.C.C., Rajendran, C. (Ed.), Performing Southeasst Asia: Performance, Politics and the Contemporary(PP. 247-274). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

T an, M.C.C. (2020). 'Pornography Disguised as Art': Bare/d Bodies, Biopolitics, and Multicultural Tolerance in Singapore. In Tan, M.C.C., Rajendran, C. (Ed.), Performing Southeast Asia: Performance, Politics and the Contemporar y(PP. 61-84). Houndsmill, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Tan, M.C.C. (2019). 'A Plague o' Both Your Houses': Auditory Contagion and Affective Frequencies in Musical and Intercultural Theatres. In Walsh, F. (Ed.), Theatres of Contagion: Transmitting Early Modern to Contemporary Performance (PP. 41-55). London: Methuen Drama.

Wee, L.T. and Tan, M.C.C. (2002). Vision and Virtuality: The Construction of Narrative Space in Film and Computer Games. In King, G. and Krzywinska, T. (Ed.), Screenplay: Cinema / Videogames / Interfaces(PP. 98-109). London and New York: Wallflower Pr ess.

 
Conference Papers (Central)
Conference Papers Published in Proceedings

Tan, M.C.C. (2021, July). Soundscape Singapore: Sound as Mediated Cultural Heritage. In Rauterberg, M. (Ed.), Culture and Comp uting. Interactive Cultural Heritage and Arts. HCII 2021. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 12794, 119-132.

Tan, M.C.C. (2008, June). "Thou art a strange fellow': Dissonance and Discordance in Intercultural Shakespeares. In Fotheringam, R., Jansohn, C. and White, R.S. (Ed.), Shakespea re's World / World Shakespeares: The Selected Proceedings of the International Shakespeare Association World Congress, Brisbane 2006, 1, 371-381.



Conference Papers Without Proceedings

Tan, M.C.C. (2024, June). Assembling (Not)I: Dragon Ladies Don't W eep as Theatrimusical Otobiography. Paper presented at Psi #29 - Assemble!, London, United Kingdom.

Tan, M.C.C. (2023, March). Sounding Singapore: Sound as Cultural Heritage. Paper presented at World Forum for Acoustic Ecology 2023, Atlanta, United States.

Tan, M.C.C. (2022, June) . The Curios Carnival: Between theatricality and musicality. Paper presented at International Federation for Theatre Research World Congress: Shifting Centres: In the Middle of Nowhere, Reykjav'k, Iceland.

Tan, M.C.C, Chye, S. & Teng, K. (2021, November). "In the Shoes of Another": Immer sive Virtual Environments for Social and Emotional Learning.. Paper presented at 14th Annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, Barcelona, Spain.

Tan, M.C.C. (2021, July). Indeterminate Ecologies: Sonification, Sonicity and Vibration in Dear John. Paper pres ented at International Federation for Theatre Research: Theatre Ecologies: Environments, Sustainability, and Politics, Galway, Ireland.

Tan, M.C.C. (2019, July). Bangsokol: A Requiem for Cambodia: An Aesthetics of Remembrance'. Paper presented at International Federation for Theatre Research Annual Conference, Shanghai, China.

Tan, M.C.C. (2018, July). 'A plague o' both your houses': Affective Frequencies in Two Romeos and Juliets. Paper presented at International Federation for Theatre Research. Theatre and Migration: Between Migration and Stasis, Serbia, Serbia and Montenegro.

Tan, M.C.C. (2018, February). Undressing Bodies, Biopolitics, and Singapore's Asian Values. Paper presented at International Federation for Theatre Research Regional Conference: Bodies in/and Asian Theatres, Que zon City, Philippines.

Tan, M.C.C. (2016, June). (Re)Sounding the Past: Listening to Universals in Peter Brook's Battlefield. Paper presented at International Federation for Theatre Research, 'Presenting the Theatrical Past', Stockholm, Sweden.

Tan, M.C.C. (2015, July). Elephant Head o n White Body: Reflexive Interculturalism in Ganesh Versus the Third Reich.. Paper presented at 8th International Drama in Education Research Institute: 'Open Culture in the Asian Century: Reimagining Drama Education', Singapore.

Tan, M.C.C. (2014, August). Performative Silence: Race, Riot a nd the End of Multiculturalism. Paper presented at International Federation for Theatre Research World Congress: 'Theatre and Stratification', Warwick, United Kingdom.

Tan, M.C.C. (2014, May). Acoustic Consciousness, Spatiality and Immersion in Computer Games and Immersive Theatre. Pape r presented at Irish Society for Theatre Research Annual Conference: 'Consciousness and Cognition: Theatre Practice and Performance', Cork, Ireland.

Tan, M.C.C. (2013, July). K-Contagion: Sound, Speed and (Intercultural) Space in Psy's 'Gangnam Style'. Paper presented at International Feder ation for Theatre Research Annual Meeting: 'Re-routing Performance', Barcelona, Spain.

Tan, M.C.C. (2013, June). Spectres of Shakespeare: Ong Keng Sen's Search: Hamlet and the Intercultural Myth. Paper presented at European Shakespeare Research Association Annual Conference: 'Shakespeare an d Myth', Montpellier, France.

Tan, M.C.C. (2012, October). Composing Inter-Culture: The Politics and Politicisation of Sound in Lin Zhaohua's Richard III. Paper presented at 11th Congress of the Gesellschaft f'r Theaterwissenschaft (German Society for Theatre Studies): 'Sound and Performanc e.', Bayreuth, Germany.

Tan, M.C.C. (2012, June). Between Sight and Sound: Framing the Exotic in Roysten Abel's The Manganiyar Seduction. Paper presented at Performance Studies International Conference #18: 'Performance: Culture: Industry', Leeds, United Kingdom.

Tan, M.C.C. (2011, August ). Sonic Defamiliarisation & Acoustic Hybridity in Yukio Ninagawa's Twelfth Night. Paper presented at International Federation for Theatre Research Annual Meeting: 'Tradition, Innovation, Community', Osaka, Japan.

Tan, M.C.C. (2010, November). '(Echo)Locating Other Shakespeares': Lin Zha ohua's Prog Rock Richard III and An Aesthetics of Pop. Paper presented at Fifth Conference of the National Taiwan University: Shakespeare Forum: 'Orienting Shakespeare in East Asia.', Taipei, Taiwan.

Tan, M.C.C. (2010, July). "If Music Be the Food of Love': An Acoustic 'Fourth World' in Ong Keng Sen's Awaking. Paper presented at International Federation for Theatre Research World Congress: 'Cultures of Modernity.', Munich, Germany.

Tan, M.C.C. (2009, July). If Music Be the Food of Love': An Acoustic 'Fourth World' in Ong Keng Sen's Awaking. Paper presented at Internationa l Federation for Theatre Research Annual Meeting 2009: 'Silent Voices, Forbidden Lives: Censorship and Performance", Lisbon, Portugal.

Tan, M.C.C. (2009, April). 'If Music Be the Food of Love': An Acoustic 'Fourth World' in Ong Keng Sen's Awaking. Paper presented at 'Theatre Noise:' An Inte rnational Conference on Sound and Performance, London, United Kingdom.

Tan, M.C.C. (2008, July). 'Zeros and Os': Silence, Absence and Erasure in an intercultural O-thello.. Paper presented at International Federation for Theatre Research Annual Meeting 2008: 'Reconstructing Asian-ness(es) i n the Global Age", Seoul, Korea.

Tan, M.C.C. (2006, January). Thou art a strange fellow': Dissonance and Discordance in Intercultural Shakespeares. Paper presented at 'Eighth World Shakespeare Congress: 'World Shakespeare / Shakespeare's World.', Brisbane, Australia.

Tan, M.C.C. (2002, Se ptember). A Document in Madness: Ophelia's Music of Insanity. Paper presented at Music in Shakespeare, Leeds, United Kingdom.

Tan, M.C.C. (2002, June). "Some heavenly music ' To work mine end upon their senses': Musical and Cultural Confrontations in Wayang Tempest.. Paper presented at Shakespeare Performance in the New Asias, Singapore.

Tan, M.C.C. (2001, April). '(Dis)Harmony in Illyria: Music, Order and Time in Twelfth Night'.. Paper presented at 'Seventh World Shakespeare Congress: 'Shakespeare and the Mediterranean.', Valencia, Spain.

 
Creative Works (Central)
Tan, M.C.C. (2022). McBeat and the Lil' Shake Crew [ Full production (appr. 90mins) ].Singapore

Tan, M.C.C. (2022). To Leave/s [ Short production (appr. 20 - 30mins) ].Reyjkavik

Keynote Speeches & Editorship of Special Issues (Central)


Editorships of Special Issue of Journal

McGrath, A., Tan, M.C.C., Havelkova, T., Purkayastha, P., (Ed.) (2021). Theatre Research International, Sounding Corporeality, 46 (2).



Keynote Addresses

Tan, M.C.C. (2023, March). OER-AST Research Webinar. KEYNOTE ADDRES S, "In the Shoes of Another": An Exploratory Study of Immersive Technology for Social and Emotional Learning, Singapore.

Tan, M.C.C. (2022, November). GENesis 2022 Pocket Conference: Innovation and Reinvention. KEYNOTE ADDRESS, The Virtual and the Viral: Pandemic Intimacies and th e New Human Venue, Toronto, Vancouver, New York, Singapore, Canada.

Other Research Outputs/Projects (Central)




Reviews

Tan, M.C.C. (in press). [Review of Bharucha, R. The Second Wave: Reflections on the Pandemic through Photography, Performance and Public Culture]. Contemporary Theatre Review, ?.

Tan, M.C.C. (2024). [Review of Richman, P; Bharucha, R. Performing the Ramayana Tradition : Enactments, Interpretations, and Arguments]. Theatre Research International, 124-125.

Tan, M.C.C. (2021). [Review of Edmondson, P. Prescott, P. Edmonson, Paul, and Paul Prescott, gen. eds. Reviewing Shakespeare.]. Renaissance and Reformation / Renaissance et R'forme, 200-204.

Tan, M.C.C. (2021). [Review of Bharucha, R. Theatre and the World: Performance and the Politics of Culture]. Theatre Research International, 89-92.

Tan, M.C.C. (2020). [Review of Hudson, C., Barendregt, B Globalization and Modernity in Asia: Performative Moments]. Pacific Affairs, 112-116.

Tan, M.C.C. (2019). [Review of McAllister-Viel, T. Training Act ors' Voices: Towards an Intercultural / Interdisciplinary Approach]. Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, 466-468.







Technical Reports or Monographs

Tan, M.C.C. & Chye, S.Y.L. (2022, January). Using Immersive Technology for Social and Emotional Learning, 3.

Tan, M.C.C . (2018, August). Embodying Senescence: Immersive Virtual Environments and Social-Emotional Learning, 11.



Workshops and Seminars

Tan, M.C.C., Chye, Y.L.S. (2023, August). Science of Learning in Education Center ( SoLEC) Working Committee Meeting.

Tan, M.C.C. (2023, June). Theatrimusicality: Researching in the Interstice of Theatre and Sound.

Tan, M.C.C. (2023, June). Theatrimusicality: Researching in the Interstice of Theatre and Sound.

Tan, M. C. C., & Chye, S. (2023, March). 'In the Shoes of Another: An Explo ratory Study of Immersive Technology for Social and Emotional Learning" presented during the Innovations in Teaching and Learning Seminar.

Tan, M.C.C., Chye, S.Y.L. (2023, March). Innovations in Teaching and Learning (iTL) 2023.

Tan, M.C.C. (2022, November). Roundtable: New Directions in Asian Shakespeare.

Tan, M.C.C. (2022, July). Performance and Politics on the New Silk Roads summer school.

Tan, M.C.C. & Lim, T.L. (2022, April). Archives Invites: The Sounds of Singapore.

Tan, M. C. C., & Chye, S. Y. L. (2021, October). Centre for Arts Research in Education (CARE) Webinar: Teaching Social-Emotional Learning with Immersive Virtual Technology.

Tan, M.C.C. (2021, January). Archives Invites: Dr Marcus Tan. Sound as Cultural Archive.

Tan, M.C.C. (2018, January). Acoustic Histories/Histographies in the Asia Pacific.

Tan, M.C.C. (2013, December). Recomposing the City Event Series.

M.C.C. Tan (2010, January). Interweaving Performance Cultures.



Others

Tan, M.C.C. (2023). Curtains up: Musicals enjoying post-pandemic boom in Singapore . Singapore: The Straits Times, Singapore Press Holdings.

Tan, M.C.C. (2022). Morning Express . Singapore: Mediacorp Channel 8.

Tan, M.C.C. (20 21). 'One less place to hang: Singapore arts community mourns The Substation closure as fears rise that more independent venues will disappear.' . Hong Kong (Chin a): South China Morning Post.

Tan, M.C.C. (2020). Channel News Asia Documentary: 'Into the Vault Season 2: Sounds of Home' . Singapore: Channel News Asia.

Tan, M.C.C. (2010). Jive Talkin': Language and Identity Politics in Glen Goei's Forever Fever" in The Blue Mansio n and Forever Fever DVD Box Set. . Singapore: Tiger Tiger Pictures.