Shanice Stanislaus

Shanice Stanislaus is an award-winning clown artist, actor, and dancer. She is an international award recipient of the ‘Pick of the Fringe’ for her touring comedy show in Vancouver and the award recipient of the Yale-NUS Alumni Arts Development Grant for the Performing Arts. She also was featured in El Festival Del Grec (Barcelona) in the award-winning show, Dance to Death in 2016 and works locally and internationally in theatre, film, and commercials. She frequently works as a director in the medium of film and has had her documentaries featured in international film festivals in Toronto, Spain, and the United States. 

She is the founder and director of Creatives Inspirit, a creative arts company with the mission to empower and nurture communities that experience illnesses, caregiving, or poverty through community arts productions and educational outreach programs. As an active advocate for inclusive movement and arts education, she has been working with the mediums of clown and dance as inclusive arts rehabilitation for caregivers, children, and youths with chronic illnesses and/or special needs with organizations such as the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Rainbow Center, Superhero Me and in poverty-stricken villages in Cambodia.

Shanice is a graduate of E’cole Philippe Gaulier (Paris) and has a Bachelor of Arts with Honours from Yale-NUS College. She also has trained in dance and theatre in New York at Tisch: school of the arts, Stella Adler Studio for Acting, Broadway Dance Center, and La Caldera in Barcelona.