We had a great ‘Epic Showcase’ once again this month. Epic Encounters performed their newest piece ‘Inclusive Culture’ inspired by traditional Cambodian dance. The Special Education Programme (SEP) students showed an educational theatre piece about keeping the environment beautiful. The Inclusive Arts Course (IAC) Students showcased their latest drama piece ‘Happy Family’ a piece about conflict & resolution in families, which Epic Encounters Dancer, Noth, choreographed together with the students. Kampot Traditional Music School performed two traditional Khmer songs with one of our IAC students taking the lead on vocals. To finish the afternoon off Arts Team performed ‘Never Give Up’ a dance highlighting the dancers own experiences of disability.

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“Every part of Epic Art’s showcase today had the purpose of educating the audience about social issues in Cambodia. This is an achievement and really shows that Epic Arts are very talented in what they do and shows the people’s abilities not disabilities”


Mr. Ngeanj South Boula,

Vice President , Kampot Culture and Fine Arts Department.

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