Originality and success are not always the handmaidens of amateur theater and allowances usually need to be made if the audience is to tolerate the shortcomings the pejorative “amateur” usually implies—at least where this audience member is concerned. But if any of you have similar misgivings about the perils of “amdram,” let the Phnom Penh Players, the city’s long-established rotating cast of amateur thespians, put your mind at rest, as they return to the stage next weekend with a second full-length original performance that will give Broadway board-walkers a run for their money. It is a follow-up to
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