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Egyptian play Regala Wa Settat to compete at theatre festival in Morocco

The International Theatre Festival of Arrouad will take place in Khouribga between 21 and 24 November

Eslam Omar , Tuesday 13 Nov 2018
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The Egyptian play Regala Wa Settat (“Men and Women”) will be among other seven competing at the International Theatre Festival of Arrouad, taking place in the Moroccan city of Khouribga between 21 and 24 November.

Premiered in 2015, Regala Wa Settat, which won a series of prizes at Seif Al-Zarqa Theatre Festival held in September in Jordan, will compete in Morocco along with plays from six other countries: France, Belgium, Germany, Tunisia, the UAE and Morocco.

The upcoming edition of the festival will also honour Egypt's Artistic House president Ismael Mokhtar for his "great role in enriching the theatre movement across Egypt."

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Directed by Islam Emam, Regala Wa Settat features Salah El-Daly, Tamer El-Kashef, Reda Tolba, Hala Marzouk and Hanan Adel, with Yasmin Emam and Ayat Magdy participating in the writing.

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