When Yani Rose Keo fled Cambodia and the Khmer Rouge with her youngest child and husband in 1975, she flew out on a private plane with almost no one else aboard. For playwright Catherine Filloux, that haunting image underlines the fact that so many people wanted to flee Pol Pot’s mad regime but didn’t have the resources the more affluent Keo did. Instead, more than two million of them would die in the years to come. Keo’s story and her work as a leader in the Cambodian refugee community in Houston had a huge impact... More >>>