Khmer Student Day

Addresse655 Town Center Dr
CityCosta Mesa
AtSouth Coast Repertory
CountyOrange (CA1186)
655 Town Center Dr
Costa Mesa
South Coast Repertory
Orange (CA1186)
Tel 2018-03-17
Categoria Events
Khmer Student Day

KHMER STUDENT DAY for CAMBODIAN ROCK BAND SATURDAY MARCH 17, 2PM PERFORMANCE Co-hosted by Pita Huot and Rithy Hanh of the Khmer Alumni Association Calling all Khmer students in Southern California. $10 tickets. At South Coast Rep 655 Town Center Dr, Costa Mesa, CA 92626 (Across the street from South Coast Plaza mall) SEE THE SHOW: Come discover Cambodia's lost surf rock scene in this new play with live music about a Cambodian American daughter's search for her father's past during the Khmer Rouge years. An intimate rock epic about family secrets set against the dark chapter of Cambodian history. Featuring songs by Dengue Fever, Sinn Sisamouth, Ros Serey Sothea, and others. For ages 13+ (for strong language and stage violence). AFTER THE SHOW: Hang out with other Khmer students, and stick around in the lobby post-show for a special meet and greet with the cast of CAMBODIAN ROCK BAND, including Chinese Cambodian American actor Joe Ngo.

TICKETS: Student tickets are $10 and you can either buy them in two ways: (1) Buy student tickets here: and use the code "STUCRB". Limit two $10 tickets per person. (As long as one person is a student--bring your student ID. -- the other ticket can be used for anyone of any age. ) (2) If you need more than two tickets, email Kat Alvarez at and tell her you want to buy some $10 student tickets for Khmer Student Day (GREAT for bigger groups). NOT A STUDENT? NOT CAMBODIAN? We'd still love to share this very special event with you (and still have discount tickets available). Adults can use the discount code "F&FCRB" to buy tickets here for $30: Can't make Khmer Student Day? The show runs until March 25, so pick another date and come on down.

*** Cambodian Rock Band by Lauren Yee, music by Dengue Fever directed by Chay Yew March 4 - 25, 2018 Part comedy, part mystery, part rock concert, this thrilling story toggles back and forth in time, as father and daughter face the music of the past. Neary, a young Cambodian American has found evidence that could finally put away the Khmer Rouge’s chief henchman. But her work is far from done. When Dad shows up unannounced—his first return to Cambodia since fleeing 30 years ago—it’s clear this isn’t just a pleasure trip.

I never have time for anything. Gonna try to make it to this cool event.

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