Traditional Khmer dance performances, drama “Stirling the Milk Sea” from Princess David Dance School
27.11.2022 Koh Pich Theater, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
“Stirling the Milk Sea” is a traditional Khmer dance drama that is performed by the Princess David Dance School, a dance troupe based in Cambodia. The dance drama is based on an ancient Khmer legend about a prince named Stirling who must journey to the bottom of the Milk Sea to rescue his wife, who has been taken by a sea monster. The performance combines elements of traditional Khmer dance, music, and storytelling to tell the story of Stirling’s journey and the challenges he faces along the way.
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