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ArtsEmerson is honored to welcome nineteen Cambodian artists to the Paramount Center who will perform their powerful piece See You Yesterday (MAY 16-19), a show brought to Boston in collaboration with the Global Arts Corps, an organization that brings together people from opposite sides of violent conflicts and helps facilitate healing discussions. The performers in this incredibly moving show are second-generation survivors of the Khmer Rouge regime and Cambodian genocide–a four-year horror that still haunts…

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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) 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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  ArtsEmerson was presented with a great honor on the final night of Bangsokol: A Requiem for Cambodia from State Representative Rady Mom, 18th Middlesex District for “engaging all communities through the arts that unites us all as one diverse world” Bangsokol: A Requiem for Cambodia, which will next appear in Paris in 2018, is an extraordinary new composition fusing music, film, voice and movement. It is the first major symphonic work that addresses the…

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Thank you for joining us for a Bangsokol: A Requiem for Cambodia. We are so proud to host this production after months of planning and partnership with organizations from Lowell to Phnom Penh. Artists Rithy Pahn and Him Sophy created this piece to spark conversation across generations in the hope that in learning our histories and sharing our stories we can move forward together. Share your thoughts or highlights of your own conversations in the comments…

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