“See You Yesterday” in The Cambodia Daily

Friends,

We’ve returned from Boston after a very successful U.S. premiere and run of “See You Yesterday” at ArtsEmerson, and over the next few weeks, we’re excited to share some of the press and reviews we received. 

First, we invite you to read more about the project’s journey, and check out interviews with GAC Artistic Director, Michael Lessac, Phare’s circus director, Khuon Det, and Phare’s CEO, Huot Dara, in Michelle Vachon’s article in The Cambodia Daily:

“See You Yesterday”: A Cambodian “new circus” company comes to terms with the country’s past

“The scenes in “See You Yesterday” come across as authentic because they actually happened. As the show’s director of circus, Khuon Det, explained, ‘the tableaux staged are the artists’ parents’ and relatives’ stories.'”

“[T]his cast is the best, and the most exciting cast I have ever worked with,” Mr. Lessac said.  “They are the most honest…the most courageous…and they are a community of people who have become, in my mind, ambassadors for change in how people talk about the past.

“I have learned more by working on this production than with any other production I have done in the past,” Mr. Lessac added.

Read the full article here:

“See You Yesterday”: A Cambodian “new circus” company comes to terms with the country’s past

Global Arts Corps featured in the UNESCO Courier!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dear Friends,

Global Arts Corps is honored to be featured in an article in the latest issue of The UNESCO Courier, entitled “Breaking the Cycle of Vengeance,” by Rwandan journalist Marie Angélique Ingabire.

To access the full issue through UNESCO’s website, please click here.

Thank you all for your continued support,
— The Global Arts Corps Team