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Shadow Puppet Troupe of Wat Bo: Sor Neakabas (The Magical Arrowhead Dragon)

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Add to Calendar 28-04-2013 28-04-2013 15 Shadow Puppet Troupe of Wat Bo: Sor Neakabas (The Magical Arrowhead Dragon) The master puppeteers, dancers, and musicians of Cambodia's acclaimed Shadow Puppet Troupe of Wat Bo will perform the ancient art of Sbeik Thom, a royal form of shadow puppetry featuring giant leather panels carved with intricate designs. Cambodian shadow puppetry is rarely seen in the U.S. and was nearly threatened with extinction under the Khmer Rouge. Specially commissioned by Arts Brookfield, the performances are one of only a handful of free events that are part of Season of Cambodia, a celebration of the country's arts, culture, and humanities that will bring works by more than 125 Cambodian artists to 30 major venues throughout the city. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2015neweventinfo.cfm?id=134452 Brookfield Place Winter Garden, formerly World Financial Center true DD/MM/YYYY
April 28, 2013
8pm
Brookfield Place Winter Garden, formerly World Financial Center
Lower Manhattan
All Ages

Description: The master puppeteers, dancers, and musicians of Cambodia's acclaimed Shadow Puppet Troupe of Wat Bo will perform the ancient art of Sbeik Thom, a royal form of shadow puppetry featuring giant leather panels carved with intricate designs. Cambodian shadow puppetry is rarely seen in the U.S. and was nearly threatened with extinction under the Khmer Rouge.

Specially commissioned by Arts Brookfield, the performances are one of only a handful of free events that are part of Season of Cambodia, a celebration of the country's arts, culture, and humanities that will bring works by more than 125 Cambodian artists to 30 major venues throughout the city.

Address: 220 Vesey St.
Lower Manhattan, NY 10281
Phone: 212-417-7000
Website: brookfieldplaceny.com/shadowpuppet

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