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Tuesday, 17 October 2017
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Half the plays at this year's Cairo International Festival for Contemporary and Experimental Theatre dealt with women's experiences, with many defying genre limitations and stereotypes in favour of a more nuanced approach
Each play will be performed for three nights, differently exploring gender related subjects
The Cairo International Festival for Contemporary and Experimental Theatre (CIFCET) has just launched its 24th edition with a line-up revealing an interesting selection of Eastern European and Latin American plays
Organised by Cairo's D-CAF festival, Arab Arts Focus ran for a month, garnering positive reviews at the latest edition of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe
The event aims to shed light on plays by a variety of clubs from across Egypt
Erminia Kamel, artistic director of the Cairo Opera Ballet Company, spoke to Ahram Online about the opening show of the season as well as the company’s future plans
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