This month, we chat with the cast of the Singaporean production of Women of Asia, a play that portrays the plight of Asian women through a series of stories combining dance, comedy and tragedy. Written and directed by acclaimed playwright Asa Gim Palomera, the play, which garnered rave reviews in Bangkok and Melbourne, opens in the city state with a stellar cast featuring Koh Chieng Mun (KCM), Nadia Abdul Rahman (NAR), Kimberly Chan (KC) and Nora Samosir (NS).
Compiled By: Chitra Santhinathan
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