1988 - Singapore

Round and Round the Dining Table

Updated on: 09 Oct 2017



Threads of family relationships are highlighted by tension when a beautiful elder daughter returns home from Oxford and a militant younger daughter announces that she has found her ideal in a man of another race. This play does not focus on the pros and cons of foreign education or relationships with foreigners but on how family structure can absorb the shocks of such foreign events and still survive.