Postindustrial Audio, City Theatre CitySpeaks, Cambodian Rock Band, #4 – Senon Williams

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On this week’s CitySpeaks podcast, Pittsburgh City Theatre’s Director of New Play Development, Clare Drobot, speaks with Senon Williams, bassist of the Cambodian surf rock band Dengue Fever, whose music helps to build the backdrop of Cambodian Rock Band.

Cambodian Rock Band is the thrilling new play — and part electrifying rock concert — that’s an epic tale of family, love, and heritage, with live performances showing through October 6, at City Theatre on Pittsburgh’s South Side.

Get your tickets today!

Read a review of the show from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


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CAMBODIAN ROCK BAND By Lauren Yee Directed by Marti Lyons
September 14 – October 6, 2019

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