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PHOTO GALLERY: 'Midsummer Night's Dream' through costumes and scenography


Part of costume for A Midsummer Night's Dream project (Photo: Mohamed Hassanein)
From the display of costumes for A Midsummer Night's Dream project (Photo: Mohamed Hassanein)
Scenography, A Midsummer Night's Dream project (Photo: Mohamed Hassanein)
Costumes for A Midsummer Night's Dream project (Photo: Mohamed Hassanein)
Scenography, A Midsummer Night's Dream project (Photo: Mohamed Hassanein)
Costume (left) and scenography (right), A Midsummer Night's Dream project (Photo: Mohamed Hassanein)
From the display of costumes for A Midsummer Night's Dream project (Photo: Mohamed Hassanein)
Scenography, A Midsummer Night's Dream project (Photo: Mohamed Hassanein)
From the display of costumes for A Midsummer Night's Dream project (Photo: Mohamed Hassanein)
Nov
23

Exhibition of costumes designed for Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream by students of Studio Ibdaa are on display at the Cairo Opera House centre in Zamalek

The scenography maquettes and costumes created under the theme of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream are on display at the Artistic Creativity Centre at the Cairo Opera House in Zamalek until the end of November.

The designs represent the projects of the centre's students in their third and last years.

Photos by Mohamed Hassanein

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