Women of Asia is a series of theatrical stories presented through a mix of dance, comedy and tragedy. It employs poetic dance theatre to portray a variety of myths, stereotypes, and conflicts facing Asian women today.

A provocative play of desires and predicaments, Women of Asia is a thought-provoking work of modern theatre. Written and directed by Asa Palomera, the tales of bitterness and disturbing reality make us relook at the roles women play in society.

With evocative choreography, gripping tales and a highly talented cast, Women of Asia is one production that would keep you on the edge of your seats.

This play has been performed numerous times to sell-out audiences in various cities including New York, Melbourne and Bangkok.

Founded in 2004 by Writer/Director Asa Palomera, Women of Asia became "...a powerhouse on Melbourne's independent theatre scene." (The Age, Nov, 2005)


Supported by

Haque Centre of Acting & Creativity 

Website: Haque Centre of Acting and Creativity


Seqya Pte Ltd

20 Jun to 28 Jun 2014

LASALLE College of the Arts, Flexible Space

Ticket Prices

$35 + $2 (administrative charge)