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2B Continued Laboratory Dance and Theatre Festival in AUC Falaki theatre

The Studio Emad Eddin Foundation is holding its third 2B Continued Laboratory and Festival at the Falaki theatre in the Downtown AUC from January13 to 18

Ahram Online, Monday 10 Jan 2011
2B Continued Laboratory
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The festival is comprised of two contemporary dance performances and two one-act plays by the twentieth century French/ Romanian playwright Eugène Ionesco. 

A guest performance titled PsychOpera, directed by Adham Hafez, will also be heldl. PsychOpera combines operatic singing, text and multi-media, thus framing Opera within the context of a modern-day performance.

The festival is the result of three months of workshops for young directors, choreographers, light designers and set designers under the guidance of professional mentors.

Performances on 13, 14, 17 and 18 January will start at 8 pm and on 15 and 16 January at 7 pm. Each performance is 30 minutes long.

The full schedule:

13 and 15 January

Exit does not Exit, choreographed by Shaymaa Shoukry

Frenzy for Two by Ionesco, directed by Yousra El Sharkawy

14 and 16 January

Amédée or How to get rid of it by Ionesco , directed by Ahmed Shawky

Galatea's Twilight, choreographed by Maha El Maraghy

15 January

Choreography Seminar by HARAKA Dance Development and Research reflecting on choreographic practices within cultures that escape contemporary discourse and aesthetics at 8 pm

17 and 18 January

Psychopera, directed by Adham Hafez

The performances are in Arabic but subtitles are provided.

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