About the Book
Winner of the Dora Mavor Moore award for Outstanding New PlayAfter the loss of a loved one, a woman must face the shattering memories of a past trauma. CRASH is the fractured unraveling of memory; a tour de force narrative about family, faith and love.
“Can’t remember isn’t the same as forget.Forget is, don’t want to remember. Can’t remember is, don’t want to forget.”
A Girl. A Room. A River.
News & Reviews
“With CRASH, Pamela Sinha has written a truly harrowing piece of theatre, a play all the more remarkable for being her first … Everything rings true in its heartbreaking uniqueness.” —Globe & Mail
“CRASH is a compelling, gripping piece of theatre… Pamela Sinha is a graceful, poetic writer.” –89.5 FM
“CRASHis a deceptively simple work with complex implications that will haunt you long after you leave the theatre.” —Stage-door.com
About the Author
Pamela Mala Sinha is a Toronto-based writer and actress who works in theatre, film and television. Her first solo play, Crash, which she also performed, garnered six Dora Nominations and four awards including Outstanding Performance by a Lead Actress and Outstanding New Play for 2012. Pamela’s short story “Hiding”, was published in the best selling anthology Dropped Threads Vol. II (ed. Carol Shields, Marjorie Anderson) for Random House Canada, and was the inspiration for Crash. Pamela is currently at work on a new play, Happy Place, and a series for television entitled A.D.D, co-created with Damon D’Oliveira.