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AUC brings interactive theatre to children

Fun-filled theatre activities for children are taking place during the holiday season

Menna Taher, Monday 20 Dec 2010
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As part of the Christmas festivities the American University in Cairo’s (AUC) Alumni Community Theatre (ACT) is holding an interactive children’s play, entitled The Invention, written by Brad Gromelski and co-directed by AUC theatre professor Laila Saad and theatre alumni Amina Khalil, in several venues around Cairo.

During the performance a mysterious invention has to be assembled before the villain Kalibad destroys it. The play is fun and lively, and the children get very excited when they have to guess what the invention does, as well as helping the actors assemble it.

To register contact: heba.darb1718@gmail.com

For more information contact: alumnicommunitytheatre@gmail.com

Performances of The Invention take place at the following venues:

Tuesday, 21 December - Diwan Heliopolis at 7:00 pm
Saturday, 8 January - FunYard Alex/Desert Road at 11:00 am and later at Darb 1718 at 3:00 pm

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