5 July 2017 – 7 July 2017 @ Theatre Studio, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay


When her father dies, a young woman is left with his favourite Fiat Marvellete, a car ancient by Singapore standards, but by no means in pristine condition. She recalls the sometimes joyful, sometimes painful memories of sitting in the car, and is torn over keeping, selling or destroying a major link with her father.

Playwright: Verena Tay
Director: Chen Yingxuan

Starring: Faizal Abdullah, Henry Heng, Julie Wee

(Source: Synopsis from Arts Republic Website and Credits from Bakchormeeboy Website)

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The Car (2017), Review
The Car Verena Tay’s The Car is about a girl recollecting her growing years, exploring her relationship with her late father through ‘conversations’ with his beloved car. The Car is an emotionally charged ride: there are moments where you can almost feel the wind in your face, while other moments you feel as if your feet are leaden and your heart could cease. Throughout, there is love: the love amongst family, the love we demonstrate and the love we receive, love which elevates us and
Selina Chong
Reviewed: 7 July 2017