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In Photos: Opera Bent Arabi premiers at Al-Salam Theater

The show sees a cooperation of tens of various type of artists with Al-Shams theater group of special needs

Ahram Online , Monday 15 Jul 2019
 Opera Bent Arabi
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Al-Shams theater group, that combines the talents of special needs artists, has premiered their latest play 'Opera Bent Arabi' on Wednesday at Al-Salam Theater.

The Artistic House show merges acting, singing and dancing with circus tricks in a mixture that was appreciated by critics, artists and national theaters officials that attended the opening, including Samiha Ayoub who voice-recorded the narrator role.              

Under the leadership of Wafaa El-Hakim, 'Opera Bent Arabi', written by Yasmine Farag and directed by Hisham Ali. Al-Shams stars leading roles with Alaa Qoqa, Maher Mahmoud, Nehad Abdel-Fattah, Mohamed El-Sadawy, Hani Abdel-Hai and Yasmine Farag.

The show goes on everyday at 9pm at Al-Salam Theater located in Kasr El-Ainy street, Downtown, Cairo.

Opera Bent Arabi
Opera Bent Arabi (Photo: Ahram)

Opera Bent Arabi
Opera Bent Arabi (Photo: Ahram)

Opera Bent Arabi
Opera Bent Arabi (Photo: Ahram)

Opera Bent Arabi
Opera Bent Arabi (Photo: Ahram)

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