Audiences are invited to
enter into the dark world of the car . . . a car which belongs to a
particular figure and being driven to an unknown destination of the
mind. So many of lifes occurrences happen in a car. Theatre-In-A-Car
begins with some of these life changing events.
Theatre-In-A-Car is not an
obvious theatrical venture. Passengers are not taken on some
sight-seeing venture with a funny guide who makes jokes and acquaints
sight-seers with the National Capital.
Lucy Matthews in
The Serpent's Tale
The driver has more in common with a ghost than
a familiar person. But the driver has to tell a tale to relieve
his/her personal psyche and to enrich or warn the passengers. The
first step is to get into the car with mystery behind the wheel and
then to let the mind wander as the voices and sights enter your own
dreams. In less than fourteen minutes, your world will not be the
same again. The engine starts and the driver opens up with the tale
that cannot be erased by the whims of time or by simply vacating the
vehicle . . .