An assemblage of kinetically realized stories and memories—played out in stunning acrobatics, tumbling, balance, and juggling—See You Yesterday physically embodies the emotional and intellectual risks required to address a previously unspeakable past.
Nineteen young Cambodian circus performers, second-generation survivors of the Khmer Rouge, explode a legacy of silence using their world-class circus skills to imagine the stories told to them by their elders. This artist-driven project has been created in Cambodia by the cast and Global Arts Corps’ team of international art makers from post-conflict nations.
This World Premiere of See You Yesterday at the Ubumuntu Arts Festival has been made possible through the generous support of the Robert Bosch Stiftung.
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