Jeth Leang
Artist Director

Jeth Leang is a new breed choreographer and the artistic director of Jet Leang Dance Theatre who born and raised in Penang, Malaysia. He started his training when he's 15 years old with breakdancing and hip-hop. To further his dream as a dance artist, he went to Nanyang Academy of Fine Art(NAFA) in the year of 2010. He graduated from NAFA in the year 2013. After graduating,  he was dancing with a few Choreographers and dance company. Besides that, He did choreograph for Chingay 2012(Singapore) titled “ Triumph Over Challenges” and another one of his choreography title “ The past that can never be again” won the gold medal at Asia Youth festival 2013 in Hong Kong. In Sep 2015, He moves to the Netherlands to do a choreography research under the mentorship of  Martine van Santen and several choreographers such as Rianne Slenema and Ester Natzijl. After his research in Netherland, he was invited to choreograph “ Nutcracker” in Gateway Entertainment, Singapore alongside with the artistic vision of Fang Dong Kai. In 2018 he decided to be back in hometown to support the dance scene in Penang and founded Jet Leang Dance Theatre. In October 2018, He also assisting a well know Thai choreographer Pichet Klunchun to complete the opening choreography “MI(X)G” for Festival Tokyo.

Peny Chan
Company Manager

Peny Chan started performing on stage and vocal training at the age of 4. She is also a singer, actor and dancer who graduated in 2018 from LASALLE College of the Arts Singapore with a BA(Hons) in Musical Theatre. Currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Art and Cultural Management under Leuphana University of  Lüneburg, Germany. Besides, she founded PenPlay Productions and Omnis Academy of Performing Arts that mainly focus on Musical Theatre in the year 2020. Her stage performance credits include Operetta! (dir. Akiko Otao/ Aloysius Foong), Urinetown as Penelope Pennywise (dir.George Toby/Joanne Ho), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee as Logainne Schwartz (dir. Nicole Stinton/ Aloysius Foong), A Chorus Line as Connie Wong (dir.Nikki Sheldon), Once On This Island as an ensemble (dir. Kaye Tuckerman/Tony McGill).