‘See You Yesterday’ shatters legacy of silence
Review from Sampan (English/Chinese)
Second-Generation Survivors of the Khmer Rouge Genocide Shatter Its Silence
We are thrilled to share this press release from ArtsEmerson about the upcoming U.S. premiere of “See You Yesterday,” and we hope to see you in Boston, May 16-19, 2019!
Global Arts Corps Associate Artistic Director Brings Balkans Show to NYC
La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club will present the U.S. Premiere of Kosovo’s Qendra Multimedia in “55 SHADES OF GAY: BALKAN SPRING OF SEXUAL REVOLUTION,” a contemporary burlesque story about LGBT+ politics in the Balkans, written by our dear friend and colleague, Jeton Neziraj, and directed by his wife, Blerta.
Announcing the Festival of Radical Recovery!
To continue our end-of-year update on the large, new project called the Festival of Radical Recovery (RR), we are about to gather together a large and inclusive cast of actors from conflict zones around the world, on a single stage where they will all move backward in time to meet their past.
Rest In Power, Alex Boraine
Alex was a warrior who saw forgiveness as a weapon for understanding — a man who actually made a difference and helped save a nation from a punishing and violent revolution. We are honored to say that Alex was a father to our work and a very special friend to all of us at Global Arts Corps.
2018 End of the Year Update from Global Arts Corps
In 2019, after 15 years in the field, we are embarking on an ambitious new project; an unexpected consequence of all that we have done before. More on this over the next few weeks but, at the moment, a brief summary of some special successes of this past year.