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Art Alert: 'Shebak Maksour' continues at Cairo's Al-Taleia theatre

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

Ahram Online , Monday 25 Mar 2019
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The Egyptian Culture Ministry's Artistic House is continuing to stage the new play 'Shebal Maksour' at Al-Taleia (Experimental) Theatre in Al-Attaba neighborhood in downtown.        

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

The show, which premiered on 17 March, starts daily at 8:30pm at the 130-seat Zaki Tolimat Hall

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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.

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

In the same theater but at the 100-seat Salah Abdel-Sabour Hall, another play 'Fil-Entizar,' written by Said Haggag and directed by Hamada Shousha, is also running and starts at 7pm.

Programme:
Everyday (expect Tuesday) 8:30pm
Al-Taleia Theatre, El-Attaba, Cairo

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