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In photos: Forsa Saeeda play opens at Cairo's El-Salam Theatre

The comic play is directed by Mohamed Gomaa

Ahram Online , Monday 1 Jan 2018
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Forsa Saeeda play at Salam Theatre (Photo: Artistic Thetare House)
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Directed by Mohamed Gomaa and written by Salah Arabi, the play stars well known theatre and film actor Ahmed Bedir, alongside Fetouh Ahmed, Mohamed El-Sawy, Ahmed El-Demerdash, Eman Abu Taleb.
 
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Forsa Saeeda play at Salam Theatre (Photo: Artistic Thetare House)
 
Forsa Saeeda is a social comedy about a 79 year-old man who is lonely at home, with no friends or family, until a series of surprising events present an opportunity for change.
 
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Forsa Saeeda play at Salam Theatre (Photo: Artistic Thetare House)
 
Music for the play is by Ehab Hamdy, set design by Mosafa Hamed, with poetry by Ayman El-Nemr, costumes by Heba Tantawi.
 
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Forsa Saeeda play at Salam Theatre (Photo: Artistic Thetare House)
 
The opening night was attended by Ismail Mokhtar, head of the Artistic Theatre House, Ashraf Tolba, director of Modern Theatre troupe, Shady Sorour, director of El-Taliaa Theatre troupe, as well as actors including Rania Mahmoud Yassin, Mahmoud Amer, Mahmoud Azab, among others.
 
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Forsa Saeeda play at Salam Theatre (Photo: Artistic Thetare House)
 
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Forsa Saeeda play at Salam Theatre (Photo: Artistic Thetare House)
 
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Forsa Saeeda play at Salam Theatre (Photo: Artistic Thetare House)
 
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Forsa Saeeda play at Salam Theatre (Photo: Artistic Thetare House)
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