|Asian American Cultures Festival: The Kingdom of Kambuja | Lowell | 2016
This event was part of the UMass Lowell Center for Asian American Studies series "Forty Years Later: Where Are We Now," marking 40 years since the wars involving Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and the US. Flying Orb Productions premiered "The Kingdom of Kambuja," a multimedia play in which a Cambodian refugee mother uses fairy tales to communicate her difficult stories to her daughter. The evening included performances by Angkor Dance Troupe, the Umass Lowell World Music Ensemble, and a tribute band to 1960’s "Golden Age" of Cambodian pop music.
Funded by the Lowell Cultural Council in 2016
Grant Recipient: UMASS Lowell, $3,000