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See You Yesterday arrives in Boston May 16th and we are thrilled to welcome these Cambodian artists to our stage. In anticipation of their performance, we’ve curated several film engagements as opportunities to deepen the audience connection to See You Yesterday. These films are reflections on themes within the show, the behind the scenes look at the creation of See You Yesterday, and a celebration of Asian American Pacific Heritage Month. On Monday, May 13,…

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See You Yesterday (MAY 16-19) is a complex story, reclaiming the lost history of the Khmer Rouge that the performers’ parents and grandparents left behind. This is a story of healing and by remembering the past, these performers, their families, and even Cambodians worldwide have the ability to move toward the future. What is particularly unique about See You Yesterday is the performers themselves. Through a partnership with Global Arts Corps, the cast developed a…

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Thank you for joining us for /peh-LO-tah/ at the RJO. This performance weaves together music, dance, poetry, and images in a way that gives us a lot to talk about. Are particular moments standing out to you? What moments resonated as true? Are there spaces that you or people in your community can count on as truly liberated spaces? Share your thoughts in the comments! AUDIENCE RAVES “Brilliant, moving, provocative & engaging.” – @jcanales “Ritual…

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Last night, we celebrated the arrival of the /peh-LO-tah/ (MAY 1-5) cast and crew at the Tobin Community Center in Roxbury Crossing! We were joined by local Boston artists showcasing their work: Branches Steel Orchestra, Jean Dany Joachim, Connections Dance Theatre, and Natural Bliss. It was a wonderful night of cultural exchange and artistic expression. We are thankful to have partnered with many local organizations, such as Haitian-Americans United, Haitian Artists Assembly of Massachusetts, Tobin…

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See You Yesterday (MAY 16-19) features nineteen Cambodian performers who use their skills in acrobatics and circus performance to shatter a legacy of silence. Performed by second-generation survivors of the Khmer Rouge genocide, the show explores the fragmented narratives these young artists have inherited from their parents and grandparents. We’re thrilled to welcome these artists to Boston and wanted to introduce you to these amazing storytellers. Check out their head shots and bios to learn…

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