In an attempt to make the show more accessible to younger audience and tourists, Panya Ganrobroo also includes more contemporary plots in the company's repertoire.
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Using ventriloquism, Prakit Sitpragaan traditionally performs stories adapted from Asian classical novels and folklore.
Wachara Gunrobroo (32) of the monkey drama troupe 'Prakit Sitpragaan' performs with his monkeys during a show in Bangkok.
During the 30-minute show, monkeys perform feats such as calculating numbers or jumping through hoops made of knives.
Monkey theatre is just one of the animal acts that can be seen in Thailand which have outraged animal activists. Other acts include boxing orangutans, basketball-playing elephants, and a temple which allows tourists to touch tigers.
A monkey collects money from Thai children at the end of a show.
Monkeys rest backstage after a show.
A monkey performs during a show by the monkey drama troupe 'Prakit Sitpragaan'.
A female monkey lip-synchs to a song at a monkey show in Bangkok, Thailand.
The monkey theatre company has been performing in Thailand for over 30 years. The director of the troupe, Panya Ganrobroo, inherited the position from his uncle.