A Cambodian Lullaby: From Refugee Camp to Project is written, choreographed and performed by hip hop artists Sokeo Ros. Ros uses Khmer classic dance, Apsara, break dance and hip hop to infuse the story of his odyssey from the Killing Fields of Cambodia to the street gangs of Providence to his emergence as an artist, teacher and TED Talk invited performer.
The Schoolhouse Theater seeks high school and college age students for ensemble roles in this production. Some acting, dance, or singing experience preferred but not required.
Meet & Greet with Artistic Coordinator Bram Lewis will be held Saturday, March 12, 10am-2pm.
3 Owens Road
Croton Falls, NY
Rehearsals dates: Friday, March 18-Sunday, March 20; Friday, March 25-Sunday, March 27.
Performance Opens, Thursday, March 31, running three consecutive weekends through Sunday, April 17.
Evening performances begin at 8pm with Matinees on Sundays at 3pm
Compensation is $400.00 plus transportation
Please contact Bridget Thorne firstname.lastname@example.org or Lindsay Higgins at email@example.com with “Sokeo Ros” in subject line and must include scheduling conflicts.
You may also call 914- 277-8477 between 10-3 pm Monday – Saturday.