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Among our many activities related to the Season of Cambodia arts festival, the Amrita team is managing a shadow puppet theater workshop with the Wat Bo troupe in Siem Reap. This troupe will perform at the World Financial Center in … Continue reading
We did our Sampeah Kru this morning with all of our artists to two tours of Crack to Belgium and Breaking the Silence to Rwanda.
Amrita’s December 2011 newsletter. You can see our upcoming activities including a public showing that will take place on January 7, 2012. Click here for the full version of the newsletter.
Two artists from Amrita Performing Arts, Phon Sopheap and Nuon Sovitou, are currently in Aachen Germany, performing in a new multi-media work of theater and dance entitled Tomorrow Maybe, directed by German Director Ludger Engels. The participation of Amrita Performing Arts … Continue reading
”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
”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”
“Breaking the Silence” a new Cambodian play directed by Annemarie Prins, a renowned Dutch Director, was presented at the Esplanade in Singapore. It was very successful. Let us share you the photos of our performance tour. Photographer: Khvay Samnang “Breaking … Continue reading
Tonight is the opening performance night of “Breaking the Silence” at the Esplanade, Singapore. It is a play about regaining hope. The real stories of people who survived the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia are told in a series of … Continue reading
Tour of “Breaking the Silence” across the provinces of Cambodia (Photographer: Richt Martens)
Proformance of “Breaking the Silence” on February 21-22, 2009, Phnom Penh To be continued… (Photographer: Richt Martens)