Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Traditional theatre


If you are interested in traditional Cambodian theatre then the annual Lakhaon Festival coming up next month could be right up your street. Hosted by the French Institute since 2007, the aim is to keep alive and revive different forms of traditional theatre across Southeast Asia. Chenla Theatre will be the venue for a series of performances with free tickets available at the Institute Francais with performances beginning on 8 and continuing on 9, 12 and 15 September. Incidentally, the first performance will be Lakhaon Niyeay, a piece written and directed by French-residing Jean-Baptiste Phou, one of the stars of Where Elephants Weep.

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