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New play 'Cinema Masr' premiers at Artistic Creativity Centre

The play is a free-entry event that will run every day except Wednesdays

Ahram Online , Monday 15 Jul 2019

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The Artistic Creativity Centre, under the leadership of director Khaled Galal, is staging a new play entitled 'Cinema Masr', amid the graduation of the second class of Talent Studio.

The cast includes 65 students presenting on stage more than 40 scenes of memorable Egyptian films in a united dramatic context composed by the director.

Currently, the ministry's director of cultural production, Galal, inspired tens of actors through the Centre's various classes and workshops, while some became the first row in Egyptian TV series and films.

The play, that premiered Sunday with the attendance of the Culture minister Enes Abdel-Dayem, is a free-entry event that will run every day except Wednesdays.

Programme:
Everyday (except Wednesdays) at 8pm
Artistic Creativity Centre, Cairo Opera House
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