PHNOM PENH – On the 8th of December, Chaktomuk Theatre, a home for many ballet, cultural and artistic performances, came alive once again with the 4th Annual Year-End concert.
When Rabee Shrouf put on his first pair of ballet shoes two years ago, he knew he had found his calling. The Jordanian’s lifelong dream was to be on stage and as a ballet dancer in Amman, he wanted to shatter stereotypes along the way.
Agnes Alpuerto goes on a magical journey through Cambodian mythology, rural traditions and village life.
As the sunlight faded, many foreigners and Cambodians sat and chatted under artificial lighting to the left of the Cambodian Living Arts theatre on the grounds of the National Museum of Cambodia.
A teenager from a Mumbai slum is closer to fulfilling his dream of becoming a professional ballet dancer after being accepted into a prestigious school in New York, due to a crowd-raising fund that raised UD$13,000.