Performances run March 31 – April 17, 2016

THURSDAYS – SATURDAYS AT 8PM, SUNDAYS AT 3PM

A Cambodian Lullaby: From Refugee Camp to Project is written, choreographed and performed by hip hop artists Sokeo Ros. Ros uses Khmer classic dance, Apsara, break dance and hip hop to infuse the story of his odyssey from the Killing Fields of Cambodia to the street gangs of Providence to his emergence as an artist, teacher and TED Talk invited performer.

“This story is mine. It is a story of struggle, pain and progress. It is a story that will shed some light on the lives of Cambodian Americans, also known as “Khmericans,” and what we went through as immigrants of the United States. It is also my story of how self-expression and art have helped me surmount my past and discover the beauty in life, becoming an artist that is passionate about giving back to the community, locally and globally.”  – Sokeo Ros

Performances run May 19 – June 12, 2016

Preview Night: Wednesday May 18 at 8pm

WEDNESDAYS – SATURDAYS AT 8PM, SUNDAYS AT 3PM

In 1988, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. went on tour together. One last time. A week after the tour began, Dino quit…it really happened! Now, ain’t that a kick in the head?

Written by Tom Fontana — Directed by Bram Lewis