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Single Asian Female SAF , which was commissioned and developed by La Boite in , is an incisive new comedy that tackles race and gender issues in contemporary Australia, from Brisbane-based award winning writer Michelle Law.
Set in a suburban Chinese restaurant on the Sunshine Coast this hilarious play explores what it means to be an Asian woman living in Australia. For Pearl, a Chinese migrant operating a restaurant, it means sacrifice and struggling to connect with her very westernised children. For Mei, the youngest child, it means being bullied at school and grappling with the desire to assimilate versus cultivating a unique identity.
La Boite is a story of people, passion, purpose and place. We hold a unique place in the hearts and minds of artists and audiences in Brisbane. For the past nine decades La Boite has represented the adventurous and alternative. There has always been a strong focus on the development of new work and artists, and today it is no different.
The stories, ideas and voices of our city and country are many and varied and as such La Boite seeks to represent and engage in this beautiful and rich diversity; the diversity of form, of ideas, ethnicity, gender — of identity. Theatre has the capacity to embrace difference in so many ways. At La Boite, we push the boundaries of form by collaborating with some extraordinary partners to stretch the boundaries of theatre practice in Australia.
The form, best described as contemporary realism, and content are suitable for most ages. Venues and organisations with culturally diverse audiences would be the ideal touring partners. The work can be adapted to most venue sizes and staging configurations, but thrust and end-on stages are best for the production.