CROTON FALLS, N.Y. -- The performance by Sokeo Ros in "A Cambodian Lullaby" at the Schoolhouse Theater in Croton Falls is called "endearing," in a New York Times review, among reasons to go see it, said the article.
The choreographed performance, a narrative, tells the "life story" of Ros, said the New York Times.
The show's subtitle is "From Refugee Camp to Project," giving hints about it early on, with an implied "happy ending," said the report.
Ros was born in a makeshift hospital, in an 18-wheeler for refugees of Cambodia in Thailand, and triumphed over a difficult childhood in Providence, R.I., and "to become a talented performer, an original storyteller and an uncommonly charming stage personality," said the New York Times.
The show runs through Sunday, April 17.
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