The play takes place on Father’s Day, which also happens to be a public holiday. Scores of people are crossing the Causeway, in their cars, to go to Malaysia. But who are they? Why are they leaving? What is their story? Should they be going? Is their journey a credible one?
This is the tale of four fathers in four different cars, stuck in the inevitable traffic jam. Each father has a different purpose, a different perspective, a different story. As each tale unfolds, we recognise that all is not as it seems and as we move towards the inevitable end, we halt the proceedings, allowing the audience to intervene and dictate what happens next.
This forum theatre performance is designed to challenge audience perspective, by examining the role of the father within each family unit, to consider the consequences their own resolutions may create, with the intention of highlighting a need for a more cohesive and empathetic society.
Tickets: $50.00 per entry: 50% of proceeds will go to funding Dignity Kitchen
Tickets can be purchased at http://www.budstheatre.com
4th – 6th November @8pm
5th- 6th November @3pm
When: 4 - 6 Nov 2016,