Our Past Productions

Phnom Penh Players has had many small and big productions, including Christmas Pantomime every year since 1992.

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...

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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....

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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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Missionaries, Mercenaries and Monsters

The Phnom Penh Players present a poignant original stage show written by Robert Appleby (The Need to See, 2017). Missionaries, Mercenaries and Monsters follows the workings of a typical Phnom Penh expat bar as the clientele deal with loneliness, anger and disillusion....

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The Vagina Monologues 2018

For its 20th anniversary, V-Day is calling on activists around the world to Rise, Resist and Unite. The Phnom Penh Players and V-day Phnom Penh welcome you to the V-Season 2018. We are pleased to present, for three nights only, a performance of Eve Ensler’s award...

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Unsleeping Beauty Panto

This December, The Phnom Penh Players will be hosting three performances of its annual pantomime - Unsleeping Beauty. About the play; Long ago, in a kingdom far far away, there lived a little girl whose destiny was written all the way from "Once Upon A Time" to...

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The Need To See

The Phnom Penh Players present their ground-breaking new show The Need to See!  An adventurous technological thriller which explores the world of cybernetic implants and what can happen when it all goes wrong. Our journey with the unwitting victim weaves it's way...

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Wyrd Sisters

The Phnom Penh Players are proud to present our latest production - Terry Pratchett's Wyrd Sisters. Terry Pratchett takes Shakespeare’s Macbeth and then turns it up ’till the knob comes off. It’s all there – a wicked duke and duchess, the ghost of the murdered king,...

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Pantomime: The Wizard of Odd!

The Phnom Penh Players are delighted to announce this year’s annual pantomime, “The Wizard of Odd”! “The Wizard of Odd” is a traditional, family-friendly pantomime re-interpreting “The Wizard of Oz” with characters appearing from other children’s favourites. In the...

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Kill Friar

the Enduring Ballad of Juliet's Revenge To commemorate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death the Phnom Penh Players proudly present an original play: KILL FRIAR ... the enduring ballad of Juliet's revenge. Three shows only: Friday 21st October at 7pm, Saturday...

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A Streetcar Named Desire

Watch the preview below:  The Phnom Penh Players present a Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams. Venue Le Grand Palais Boutique Hotel, No 16, Street 130 near central market. Tickets on sale NOW from Box Office, Flicks 1 and Le Grand Palais $10 each. ...

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The Rocky Horror Show

The Phnom Penh Players present "The Rocky Horror Show".Fasten your garter belt for this time-warping, genderbending cult classic show which is guaranteed to thrill you, chill you and fulfill you! Tickets are on sale NOW! Tickets are $10 each at The Willow Boutique...

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The Vagina Monologues – 2016

The Phnom Penh Players presents “The Vagina Monologues," called one of "the most important piece of political theater of the last decade," by The New York Times. Tickets are $5 and go on sale next week, January 30th at The Box Office - Phnom...

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The Mask of Zero: A Pantomime

The Phnom Penh Players' pantomime The Mask of Zero is a swashbuckling story of heroes, villians and nuns. The show has everything a real pantomime should: expect singing, dancing and audience participation.  This is a show all the family will enjoy! Tickets now...

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RED

What is RED? “Sunrise is red and red is sunrise. Red is heart beat. Red is passion. Red wine. Red roses. Red lipstick. Beets. Tulips. Peppers. Arterial Blood. Rust on the the bike on the lawn. Traffic lights. A rabbit’s nose. An albino’s eyes. Blood in the...

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A Pirates Life for Me

Phnom Penh Players first all child cast. A great event for the whole family being performed at NISC - Northbridge International School, Cambodia. Specially priced childrens tickets are only $5, adults $10. Tickets Now on sale at KidCity, Monument Books and Toys...

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Romeo y Juliet

The Phnom Penh Players are delighted to present Shakespeare's Romeo y Juliet in the magnificent setting of The Mansion. One of literature's greatest love stories as you've never seen it before. Tickets are $10 each, on sale now at The Laneway Boutique Guest House...

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Shakespeare: The Pantomime

“Will Shakespeare: The Panto” is coming to town tonight, with its hilarious blend of singing, dancing, bad jokes for children and adults alike. For two consecutive days, the not-for-profit Phnom Penh Players will showcase their comedic and improvisational talents –...

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