(Fiat) graduated from the Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University
(BA in Dramatic Arts with Honors) and from the City University of New York City, Brooklyn
College (MFA in Theatre Directing.) He was granted a Fulbright Scholarship, an Asian Cultural
Council Fellowship and the Artist-in-Residency at Tribeca Performing Arts Center, NYC.
He is currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Dramatic Arts, teaching BA and MA
courses in Acting, Directing, Play Analysis and Play/script Adaptation/Translation.
Dangkamon directs, translates, writes, adapts and acts in numerous plays and musicals. Some of
his directing credits are The Merchant of Venice, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Cocktail, Spring's
Awakening, Rashomon, The Way of the World and the cultural spectacular Siam Niramit. His
notable leading roles include Macbeth, Kipp (Woman in Black), the Leading Player (Pippin),
Rene Gallimard (M.Butterfly), Marquis de Mascarille (Les Précieuses ridicules), Estragon (Waiting
for Godot), to name a few.
(Present) Developing the 21st Century Skills with Dramatic Arts (Cluster of Arts and Culture,
Chulalongkorn University), Directing a Verse Drama: A Case Study of Venice Vanija,
Thai Translation of William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice by HM King Rama VI (The
Thailand Research Fund), “The Red King, the Angel, and Satan: The Actor's Interpretation for
Playing the Role of Macbeth (Faculty of Arts, CU)
(Past) “Rereading the Direction of Siam Niramit” (The Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn
Anthropology Centre), Ravanasura: Replay the Rashomon Effects & Revise Our Conflicts (TRF),
Ramakian: Our Roots, Right Now (TRF), The Miraculous Adventure of the Conch Prince (TRF), The
Legend Retold (TRF), etc.