Press

2022

Dance Magazine
How Big Move at the Hop Fosters Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration
Lauren Wingenroth, January 31, 2022

2019

Montclair State University
Prestigious Dance Research Fellowships Awarded to Montclair State Professor and Student
Announcements, July 9, 2019

2018

Routledge
World Dance Cultures: From Ritual to Spectacle
Patricia Leigh Beaman
The New York Times
8 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Gia Kourlas, Nov 1, 2018
The New Yorker
Emily Coates/ Emmanuele Phuon
Marina Harss, November 2018
Eye on the Arts
Emily Coates and Emmanuele Phuon
Nicole Duffy-Robertson, November 13, 2018
InfiniteBody
Coates and Phuon—and Mullins!—light up Danspace Project
Eva Yaa Asantewaa, November 10, 2018

2016

Palgrave Mc Millan
Rhythmic Operations, Material Description, and Analysis in Dance
Lim, How Ngean in Choreography and Corporeality: Relay in Motion. Thomas DeFrantz and Philipa Rothfield editors. Palgrave Mc Millan, 2016. Chapter 7
University of London, History of Art and/Archeology of SOAS
Evolving living traditions: A Study of Contemporary Performing Arts in Cambodia During the Post-Khmer Rouge Period (1979-2015)
Suon, Bunrith. Contemporary Art and Art Theory of Asia and Africa Master thesis.
Five Lines Asia
Emmanuèle Phuon discusses Brodal Serei at da:ns festival
Ezekiel Oliveira, September 30, 2016
Singapore Straits Times
Ring action packs the right punches
Germaine Cheng, October 25, 2016

2015

The Phnom Penh Post
Khmer Boxing Inspires Contemporary Dance Show
Audrey Wilson, December 17, 2015
Khmer Times
Brodal Serei Dance Unveils the Life of a Boxer
Muny Sithyna, December 23, 2015
Cambodia Daily
Choreographer’s New Dance Borrows from Boxing
Kuch Naren and Michelle Vachon, February 5, 2015
New Theatre Quarterly
Human See, Human Do: Simianification,Cross-species, Cross  cultural, Body Transformation
Diamond Catherine, Vol 31, August 2015. pp. 263-28 2015

2014

Udaya: Journal of Khmer Studies
Performance is Contemporary: Performance and Its Documentation in Visual Art in Cambodia
Nelson, Roger. Udaya: Journal of Khmer Studies, issue 12, 2014. pp 95 -143
National University of Singapore, Theatre Studies Program, Department of English Language and Literature.
Choreographic Modernities: Movement, Mobility and Contemporary Dance from Southeast Asia
Lim, How Ngean. Ph.D. Dissertation in philosophy. 

2013

Today
Da:ns Fest 2013: Going ape in Khmeropedies III: Source/Primate
Mayo Martin, October 16, 2013
Danceviewtimes
They Are Us
Martha Sherman, May 5, 2013
Singapore Straits Times
Going Ape on Stage
Lisabel Ting, October 19, 2013
The New York Times
It’s Monkey See, Do, and Dance
Alastair Macaulay, April 29, 2013

2011

Charleston City Paper
The multi-hued Khmeropédies leaps into magical terrain
Jon Santiago, May 29, 2011
Charleston City Paper
Khmeropedies: all thumbs — in a good way
Patrick Sharbaugh, May 29, 2011
Cambodia Daily
“Monkeying Around”
by Kuch Naren and Michelle Vachon, August 21, 2011

2010

Routledge
Beyond Revival and Preservation: Contemporary Dance in Cambodia
Frumberg, Fred in Beyond the Apsara: Celebrating Dance in Cambodia, Stephanie Burridge and Fred Frumberg editors.
De Volkskrant
Eeuwenoude Danstaal Ontleed
Mirjam van der Linden, October 31, 2010
Danceviewtimes
Khmeropedies
Tom Phillips, June 25, 2010
Culturebot
Khmeropédies I & II @ BAC
Maura Donohue, Jun 24, 2010
The Village Voice
Emmanuele Phuon brings Khmeropédies I & II to Barysnikov Arts Center
Deborah Jowitt, July 6, 2010.
The New York Times
Cambodian Dreams, Far from Home
Gia Kourlas, June 25, 2010

2009

The Hindu
Beyond the Image
Leela Venkataraman, December 10, 2009