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Art Alert: Al-Tooq Wal-Eswera to stage at Al-Salam Theater for 10 nights

Taken from the famous novel by Yahya Taher Abdullah, Al-Tooq Wal-Eswera is directed by Nasser Abdel-Monim

Ahram Online , Tuesday 7 May 2019
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Egyptian play Al-Tooq Wal-Eswera (The Collar and the Bracelet) will be staged at Al-Salam Theater during the Holy Month of Ramadan for 10 nights starting 16 May.

Taken from the famous novel by Yahya Taher Abdullah, the play was re-written for the theater by Sameh Mahran and directed by Nasser Abdel-Monim.

The play, which won the Sheikh Al-Qasimi Award at the 2018 Arab Theater Festival, portrays a family in Upper Egypt where poverty and ignorance allow superstition to control its members' fate.

The cast is from Al-Taleia group of the Theater Artistic House; Fatma Mohamed Ali, Mahmoud El-Zaiat, Martina Adel, Ahmed Tarek, Ashraf Shokry, Sherif El-Qazaz, Shabrawy Mohamed, Mohamed Hasib and Sara Adel.

Programme:
From 16 to 25 May, 9:30pm
Al-Salam Theater, Kasr El-Ainy

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