Live Art Migration
My Mother and I
Choreography and Sound Design by Chankethya Chey
This work exposes the legacies of Classical Cambodian dance through a contemporary lens. The solo is propelled by virtuosic physical precision, theatrical gesture, and spoken word. The piece explores the relationships between three women (the choreographer, her mother, and her dance master) to create a dialogue on the tension between individualism and conformity in politically oppressive societies. Chey’s work puts the medium of Cambodian dance in direct conversation with its audience as she poses questions about responsibility, lineage, and the future.
Live Music by Grace Freeman
Coyotes, moons and ritual. Moon River is a multimedia, costume and movement piece which employs the American dream and the in-between in an investigation of the migrant.
Border Story Sharing
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