Archive for the 'theatre' Category

Germain & Pognakay

Tonight (Saturday, December 29) is your second and last chance to see Germain's Story, a collaborative performance between puppeteer Cécile Hurbault and Sovanna Phum. The story utilizes live actors, french and Cambodian puppets to tell a short comedic story in three languages. Bravo! I was also blown away by the increasing sophistication ...

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By sheer coincidence, Take Back the Tech and the 3rd Mekong Performing Arts Laboratory are starting on the same day, addressing gender-related violence via the web and drama, respectively. And we have the races of Water Festival concluding with Loy Pratip in Phnom Penh! Meanwhile, in Siem Reap, the Angkor Photo ...

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Bestial Village

Bestial Village is the name given by Royal Decree to a town where 20-30 outraged people killed an abrasive French tax collector, Resident Bardez. The incident serves to illustrate many aspects of the time of colonial rule. (The show flyers say 'Miserable Village' for some reason.) Now Amrita Performing Arts has ...

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