Jojo portrayed as Charlotte Lee, Dance Entourage, in ITE's Letters to ITE.

As part of ITE’s 25th Anniversary celebration, the ITE Centre for Music and The Arts (CeMTA) presented an original musical inspired by personal stories from ITE students, Letters to ITE. Staged from 6 to 8 July 2017 at the Tay Eng Soon Convention Centre, the musical production involved 200 students (including alumni) from all Colleges who contributed as cast, crew, photographers, videographers, ushers, make-up artists and hairstylists. CeMTA has been producing Musicals biennially since 1999, as part of ITE’s holistic development of students and to highlight the diverse talents of students.

Becoming Home

Jojo portrayed as Andrea in ITE's first original musical, "Becoming Home". It debuted on the 30th July through 1st August 2015 at the Tay Eng Soon Convention Centre.

The seventh in the series, the Musical was produced by ITE’s Centre for Music and the Arts. The story and production were inspired by Singapore’s celebrations of the Golden Jubilee. Directed by well-known local theatre artiste and ITE staff, Tony Quek, Becoming Home was ITE’s most ambitious musical to date.

Besides being its first original musical, it was supported by a cast of 66 ITE students, alumni, and staff, a crew of 193 students representing the skills and talents of ITE from its various courses, and talents from the community, including three Pioneer Generation cast members and 15 students from Jing Shan Primary School. The Gala Night on 30 Jul 2015 was graced by Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean and premiered to a house of 900 guests that included members of embassies, industry partners, former and current members of ITE Board of Governors, Management and pioneer ITE staff. The outstanding performance by the cast and crew thrilled the audience.