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Art Alert: Shebak Maksour continues at Al-Taleia Theatre

The drama, about a typical Egyptian family living in a house whose main window is broken, will play again starting the second day of the Eid Al-Fitr feast

Ahram Online , Sunday 2 Jun 2019
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The Egyptian Culture Ministry's Artistic House is continuing to stage the new play Shebak Maksour at Al-Taleia (Experimental) Theatre in Al-Attaba neighbourhood in Downtown Cairo, starting 5 June.

The drama is about a typical Egyptian family living in a house whose main window is broken.

The show, which premiered 17 March, starts daily at 9pm at the 130-seat Zaki Tolimat Hall, after it was paused during the holy month of Ramadan.

The play is directed by Shady El-Daly and stars Ahmed Mokhtar, Nadia Shokri, Marwan Azab, Marwi Kishk, Magdi Ebaid, Ali Kamalo, Walid Abo-Stait and Roba Emam.

The script is written by Rasha Abdel-Moneim, whose Egyptian theatre adaptation of Elif Shafak's The Forty Rules of Love saw great success when performed at Salam Theatre in 2017.

The music is composed by Yehia Nadim and arranged by Sherif El-Wesseimy.

Programme:
Everyday (expect Tuesday), 9pm
Al-Taleia Theatre, El-Attaba, Cairo

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