Florian Zeller’s The Mother by Pangdemonium

Pangdemonium! is coming back to the stage with Florian Zeller’s The Mother from 22 October to 7 November at Victoria Theatre.

Having previously staged The Father (2018) and The Son (2020), both to critical acclaim and sold-out runs, Pangdemonium’s production of The Mother completes this family “trilogy” by celebrated French playwright Florian Zeller. A disturbing portrayal of one woman’s descent into an emotional abyss, The Mother is a searing examination of mental illness, and a surreal and suspenseful psychological thriller that takes us all on a trip between harsh reality and even harsher hallucination.

Florian Zeller’s works as a novelist and playwright have been translated into a dozen languages, including English. He won the Prix Interallié in 2004 for his novel Fascination of Evil (La Fascination du Pire). Florian Zeller’s The Mother, in its English translation by Christopher Hampton, was presented to great acclaim at Theatre Royal Bath, Tricycle, London, and follows the phenomenal success of The Father (Theatre Royal Bath, Tricycle, London and West End).

Date: 22 October – 7 November 2021

Venue: Victoria Theatre, 11 Empress Pl, Singapore 179558

General ticketing here.