From Refugee Camp to Project
(Recommended for middle-school and older)
“It’s not often that a show welcomes its audience with a shower of rose petals. And if that alone were not reason enough to check out Sokeo Ros’s endearing performance piece, there are plenty of others.” – NY Times
Loynd Auditorium, Kennett High School, 409 Eagles Way, North Conway
Friday, October 21, 7:30 p.m.
Tickets in advance or at the door, $10/person, $8 for AANNH members.
Everyone welcome, regardless of ability to pay.
From Refugee Camp to Project tells the story of an individual born in a refugee camp, and raised in the United States, where he lived in a low-income neighborhood that was filled with gangs, poverty and violence. Through hip-hop dance, traditional Khmer dance, theater and story telling, he shares experiences from his life, showing how he has tried to stay away from the negative aspects found within his environments and to create art that connects with audiences of all kinds. Sokeo's message about the power of self-expression through art is compelling, relevant and important.
Purchase tickets here.
Public Classes with Sokeo
Hip-hop and traditional Cambodian dance class/audition
for those interested in performing in the Friday-evening concert
6:30 p.m., Monday, October 17
Note: Additional rehearsals will take place Tuesday & Wednesday for those in the Friday performance. Anyone is welcome to attend this class, including those who do not wish to audition but want to experience the unique combination of hip hop and Cambodian dance!
Hip-hop master class for experienced dancers (teens to adults):
6 p.m., Tuesday, October 18
Hip-hop class for middle school students:
5 p.m., Wednesday, October 19
All classes are $15 and held at
Jeanne Limmer Dance Center, Reporter Court, North Conway NH
Preregistration encouraged; Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 323-7302. Checks should be made out to AANNH.
Questions? Email or call us at 603-323-7302.
Please note: All those who wish to attend or participate are welcome at all Arts Alliance programs; if the ticket price or registration fee is a hardship, pay what you can or come as our guest. Please let us know in advance if you have any access needs.