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Art Alert: Play with film star Mohamed Ramadan to open during Eid in Cairo

The play is directed by Khaled Galal

Ahram Online , Tuesday 5 Jul 2016
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(Photo: part of promotional material for Ahlan Ramadan)
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Ahlan Ramadan, a comedy musical play starring Mohamed Ramadan, will open during the Eid and will run for 11 days at Haram Theatre.

The play is directed by Khaled Galal and stars Rogina, Ahmed Fouad Selim, Shaymaa Seif and Hossam Dagher.

The paly is written by Walid Youssef, with music by Amr Mostafa and choreography by Atef Awad.

Mohamed Ramadan is a young actor who shot to fame with the 2012 film Abdo Mota, in which he also performed a song in the style of mahraganat, Egypt’s popular new electro musical genre. A year later he starred in Qalb El-Asad, followed by Shadd Agzaa in 2015.

Most recently he starred in the Ramadan television series The Legend (El-Ostora), also alongside Rogina.

The series is about a law school graduate from a poor suburb in Cairo who is trying to join the judiciary, but the reputation of his brother, an arms dealer, prevents him from reaching his dream.

Children under seven years are not allowed to attend Ahlan Ramadan.

The play opens on 6 June and runs till 17 June, except 12 June, 8pm
Haram Theatre, 174 Haram Street, next to Arish Street, Giza

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