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Performing arts heritage steps into a new future

“They have the energy, the desire and the stamina, as well as enormous talent, having trained in classical dance since the age of six or seven. They want to work. They need to find their own voice, and they deserve … Continue reading

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New dance show goes all male, all monkey

“I really liked it. It’s the best show of Emanuelle Phuon I’ve seen. It is very integrated. The monkeys are international but in the same time, very Cambodian. And with all this energy!”               … Continue reading

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An audience with His Majesty King Norodom Sihamoni

The staff of Amrita Performing Arts and the dancers of Khmeropédies III had the great honor to be granted an audience with His Majesty King Sihamoni on Tuesday September 6, 2011.  The delegation was led by Country Director Mr. Suon … Continue reading

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Khmeropedies III in the Cambodia Daily

“They have this ability to move a certain way, to do certain things that nobody else can do. No dancer trained in the Western classical ballet could perform those movements.” — Ms. Phuon. Read this Cambodia Daily’s article about Khmeropedies … Continue reading

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Breaking the Silence: A Review by the Flying Inkpot

‎”As a theatre-goer, I appreciated the interplay of performance vocabularies: storytelling, physical theatre, folk dance, traditional Cambodian music… This [Breaking the Silence] is a bold, difficult work that needs to be seen by as many people as possible.” — The … Continue reading

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Breaking the Silence: A Review on The Straits Times

‎”Indeed a play such as Breaking the Silence does not merely mark an important moment in history. It is also significant in aiding the healing of a country’s wounds”

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