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PHOTO GALLERY: Alexandria Intl Festival for Contemporary Theatre's 2nd edition closes


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O! Frida, India
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O! Frida, India
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O! Frida, India
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O! Frida, India
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Shakespeare's Women, Egypt
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Shakespeare's Women, Egypt
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Shakespeare's Women, Egypt
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Soul, Egypt
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Soul, Egypt
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Soul, Egypt
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Soul, Egypt
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Moliere, Poland
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Moliere, Poland
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Moliere, Poland
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Moliere, Poland
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Not Just, Tunisia
Not Just, Tunisia
Carnival of the Animals, Sweden
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Carnival of the Animals, Sweden
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Carnival of the Animals, Sweden
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Hither and Thither, Germany
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Hither and Thither, Germany
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Hither and Thither, Germany
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Rules to be Happily Unhappy, Italy and Colombia
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Rules to be Happily Unhappy, Italy and Colombia
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Running between 5 and 10 April, the Alexandria International Contemporary Theatre Festival included plays from Egypt and the world

The second edition of the Alexandria International Festival for Contemporary Theatre closed on 10 April.

This year, the festival  spanned over six days and hosted peformances from 13 countries. The events took place at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina as well as Jesuit Cultural Center in Alexandria.

Apart of the theatre plays, the festival also included two workshops: video and contemporary dance.

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