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Monodrama festival, where music is the name of the game

The monodrama festival - with a musical twist - opens on 13 May at the Jesuit Theatre

Ahram Online, Thursday 12 May 2011
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The performances are the result of a theatre workshop titled 16/6, where each member was assigned a piece of music to interact with and present a monodrama piece to.

The duration of each monodrama ranges from three to thirty minutes and will be presented as follows:

Death Waltz by Akram Aly

41 by Nashwa Maatouk

End of Black Partition by Osama Ghoneim

Maan (Together) by Shaymaa Sayed

Ragol Yamshy (A man walking) by Khaled Mostafa

You Will Remember Me…Asshole by Tarek Saeed

Tawasol by Radwa Mostafa

Adghath-Taaweelat fee Seyar El-Khataya El Ashr (Confusion: Interpretations in the teachings of the ten sins)

???!!! by Islam Soltan

 

Programme:
13 May,
7:30pm - 9:30pm
Jesuit Theatre, College De La Sainte Famille Peres Jesuites
151 Ramsis St.
Faggala, Cairo

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