Rosana Broadway Cabaret Show – Siem Reap, Cambodia A FAIRE AVEC: La Maison du Passant

Enjoy our famous Cambodian Traditional Dance and International Cabaret Show which provides a unique mix of entertainment on stage. Our Stunning Performers are trained by a Professional Choreographer to bring you several varieties of dancing, with magnificent costumes to sweep you away on a magical and musical journey of song and dance.

Rosana Broadway Cabaret Show – Siem Reap, Cambodia

Digne des cabarets français, Rosana Brodway nous à présenté différent tableaux extraordinaire, avec des costumes superbes, très bien interprétés.
Le tableaux concernant le Cambodge est magnifique .
A voir absolument !

rosana(16)rosana(01)Rosana Broadway is a large cabaret show, situated just outside the town. It’s about 3km down the road to Phnom Penh, just past Psar Leu market. It advertises itself as the “First and only International Cabaret show in Cambodia”. We can’t comment on that, but it’s worth putting on the list. It’s a ladyboy cabaret in the true Thai style.

The whole setup is spectacular. That’s the word that keeps going through your mind. It’s a spectacle to see. It’s not cheap – rack rate tickets are $27 for foreigners ($4 for Khmers) but you can get discounts if you know people. Most travel agencies will offer discounts, as will many hotels and guesthouses.

rosana(12)The show lasts just over an hour. It’s a very comfy auditorium, with seats that recline slightly. You’re not cramped in either. When we went, the 900 seats were about 1/3rd taken. The show starts with a traditional Khmer blessing dance. They then move through different countries with spectacular sets and amazing costumes. The cast is large. We guessed around 50 dancers or so. There are a good mix of ladyboys and boys. It’s not just huge production numbers. There were a couple of clever humorous numbers too. The humour is universal. Most of the audience is foreign, so rosana(11)there is no need for language. It’s up to date too. Apart from the country-themed numbers there were modern pop songs including Psy’s “Gentlemen”.

All in all a good show. A little pricey, but there is a lot to pay for. If you fancy a real Broadway style piece of entertainment, check it out

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