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The play stars (above, left to right) Julie Wee, Neo Swee Lin, Lydia Look, Patrick Teoh and Chng Xin Xuan. Joel Tan wrote the play three years ago in a playwriting course taught by Atomic Jaya playwright Huzir Sulaiman, and it caught the eye of Huzir's wife, actress and director Claire Wong.
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The play stars Julie Wee, Neo Swee Lin, Lydia Look, Patrick Teoh and Chng Xin Xuan. Joel Tan (above) wrote the play three years ago in a playwriting course taught by Atomic Jaya playwright Huzir Sulaiman, and it caught the eye of Huzir's wife, actress and director Claire Wong.
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The play stars Julie Wee, Neo Swee Lin, Lydia Look, Patrick Teoh and Chng Xin Xuan. Joel Tan wrote the play three years ago in a playwriting course taught by Atomic Jaya playwright Huzir Sulaiman, and it caught the eye of Huzir's wife, actress and director Claire Wong (above).
THEATRE

Never too late for romance

Joel Tan's play, The Way We Go, looks at love encountered at different ages, in different ways.
Nov 7, 2014 5:50 AM

SINCE his debut in 2011 with Family Outing, playwright Joel Tan has been steadily carving a name for himself in the Singapore theatre scene. His newest play, The Way We Go, proves just why you should be keeping an eye on him.

Cross Bridget Jones with a Singapore convent school and you'll