Phnom Penh Players

Phnom Penh's Longest Running Theatre Group

Our Story

Phnom Penh Players is an informal group of people who enjoy getting together and seeing what kind of theatre we can produce. It’s great fun and allows us an opportunity to raise money for causes within Cambodia. We put on several performances each year, including our annual Christmas Panto each December. We are always looking for actors, set builders, musicians, fundraisers, costumiers and backstage crew. If you are interested in becoming involved as a member or sponsor of the Phnom Penh Players please contact us.

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Current Productions

Save The Dates – 2019 Production Show Times

  List of all our productions in 2019 with updated schedules and venues. Watch this space for future updates and most up to date info about venues. Vagina Monologues When: February 15-16-17 with Phnom Fem Fest on 16th Where: Chinese House V-Day’s 2018-2019...

The Great Theater of the World

The Great Theatre of the World describes life as a play and imagines the world as a greattheatre. God wants to celebrate his greatness, and for that, he called souls and assigned them roles to perform. In the end, when the work is finished, and everybody is dead, the...

The Great Theater of the World

The Great Theatre of the World describes life as a play and imagines the world as a greattheatre. God wants to celebrate his greatness, and for that, he called souls and assigned them roles to perform. In the end, when the work is finished, and everybody is dead, the...

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Latest News

PPP Logo Design Contest

The Phnom Penh Players are searching for potential new logo for our members to vote on. You could help us create it! Submit your logo draft (or vector) before April 14th for a chance to win a season pass to 2019 productions! Criteria: Winning design will become...

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The Plazzies and 2019 Committee

It was a night of glitz and glamour at the Phnom Penh Players annual award night, The Plazzies! Thank you to Sam Thomas for being our Master of Ceremonies and Khmer Surin for hosting us! Animal Farm got the most gongs, taking home Best Production, Best Producer, Best...

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Jan – Jun 2019 Production Schedule

Based on our Pitch Party meeting, the Phnom Penh Players have voted on our show schedule for the first half of next year and boy is it a busy one!  First out of the gate, we are pleased to announce The Vagina Monologues is set to return to Phnom Penh! Show...

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Past Productions

The Orphan Train

EXTRA EXTRA! READ ALL ABOUT IT! MEDIA RELEASE The Orphan Train, a play by Aurand Harris and presented by the Phnom Penh Players, tells the story of nine orphans on an “orphan train” that left New York City on May 28, 1914 and traveled to towns in search of homes, any...

Shanghai Cabaret

Phnom Penh Players are proud to present Shanghai Cabaret that is inspired by the musical Cabaret, and is set in the decadent city of Shanghai in 1941, where the cabaret scene flourished. It’s an end of an era love story, told through drama and songs from the period....

The Vagina Monologues 2019

 We are pleased to present, for three nights only, a performance of Eve Ensler’s award winning play The Vagina Monologues. Dates: February 15th at 7:00pm, February 16th at 5:00pm and on February 17th at 7:00pm Venue: Chinese House Tickets: $10 available at Lot 369...

Pantomime 2018 – Jack And The Baked Beanstalk

Once upon a time in the fair Kingdom of Pantomania, a poor milk man named Jack struggles to get by with his Ma and cow, Daisy, constantly taxed and harassed by the evil Baron Wasteland and his minions, who want to use the money to build a shiny new shopping mall, and...

Animal Farm

The Phnom Penh Players will be presenting 5 performances of Animal Farm! A metaphorical novel written by George Orwell that has been adapted to the context of Cambodia. Animal Farm is set on a Cambodian farm, and tells the tale of different farm animals who are tired...

I Am A Camera

Phnom Penh Players will be hosting 2 weekends of theatre: 31 May - 3 June in Phnom Penh and 9 June in Siem Reap. I Am a Camera, a 1951 Broadway play by John Van Druten adapted from Christopher Isherwood's novel Goodbye to Berlin, has been again adapted for Phnom Penh!...

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