Su-Lin’s mother, Molly, considers herself a collector. To her, everything has a story, and a place in her home. When Su-Lin’s American boyfriend asks to visit, this sets mother and daughter on a collision course.
Why does Molly feel the need to surround herself with all of her belongings? What does Su-Lin learn when she digs through things that she’s usually forbidden to touch? And can the relationship between Molly and Su-Lin survive coming face-to-face with their deepest, darkest secrets?
Humorous and heart-breaking, Mine – like the family at its heart – looks in dark, forgotten places to find moments of light and love.
Mine is a work-in-progress based on The Weight of Emptiness, which was staged as part of Playground Entertainment’s State of Mind (a production showcase of four plays) that ran from 26 to 29 October 2016 at The Arts House at The Old Parliament.
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About The Director
Thong Pei Qin is an independent theatre director who devises original works of social relevance. She has been making and teaching theatre professionally for the past ten years. Selected recent directing credits include BOOM: Zoom Read (Singapore Repertory Theatre, 2020), SUPER MERMAID (Manipulate Festival 2019, Edinburgh), BITTEN (2018) and 招: When The Cold Wind Blows (Singapore Theatre Festival 2018). She graduated from the University of Essex (M.A. Distinction, Theatre Directing) and the National University of Singapore (B.A. Honours, Theatre Studies).
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