My play, Hands Down, will be staged as part of Buds Theatre Company’s Going Local 4.
Hands Down is a comedy about a married couple that finds themselves facing off in a challenge to see who can keep their hands on a car for the longest period of time in order to win it.
The catch: whoever puts his or her hand down first loses the car – and the marriage to boot.
This year’s Going Local comprises four short plays, including Dressing Up by Gwendolyn Lee, Don’t Colour Outside Of The Lines by Jaryl George Solomon and The Untitled Funeral Play by Luke Vijay Somasundram.
There are four shows, as follows:
- Fri, 26 June, 8pm, Tampines Primary School Black Box
- Sat, 27 June, 7:30pm, Toa Payoh Central Community Centre
- Fri, 3 July and Sat, 4 July, 8pm, Zhenghua Community Centre
Standard tickets are $20 while concession tickets (for students, senior citizens and national servicemen) are $15.
And if you’re a PAssion Card Holder, you get 10% off ticket prices.
Book your tickets here. If you’d like to, you can read the 2012 version of Hands Down here.