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Farrah El Dibany: First Egyptian and Arab to Perform at Paris Opera I'm honored to be recognized by Egyptian and French presidents, says El Dibany. Egpytian mezzo-soprano Farrah El Dibany made headlines around...
17th July 2022, Kadry Al-Haggar Egypt, France, Interview, Theatre and Opera
"We'll Meet Again" Review We'll Meet Again Richard Loring’s nostalgic musical tribute to World War II. Director/Set design: Barry Altwig. Lighting: Barry Strick. Sound:...
24th June 2022, Sheila Chisholm Review, South Africa, Theatre and Politics
"Shadow Boxing" at Baxter Masambe Theatre SHADOW BOXING. Director/Choreographer: Mdu Kweyama. Cast: Daniel Newton. Masambe Theatre at the Baxter. A lustrous performance from Daniel Newton does ample...
28th June 2022, Beverley Brommert Acting, LGBTQ Theatre, Review, South Africa
"Bronx Gothic" by Okwui Okpokwasili On May 8, 2022, Nigerian-American artist Okwui Okpokwasili’s Bronx Gothic (2014) at Kunstenfestivaldesarts did not end. It didn’t end because not only...
4th July 2022, Eylül Fidan Akıncı LGBTQ Theatre, New York, Nigeria, Review, Theatre and Dance, Theatre and Decolonization, United States of America
Mohamed Sobhy’s "Nogoum El-Dohr" Continues Successful Run Egyptian actor and director Mohamed Sobhy is celebrating the success of his latest theatrical play Nogoum El-Dohr, which is ending...
6th June 2022, Eslam Omar Devised Theatre, Directing, Egypt, News
Egyptian Playwright Rasha Abd Elmonem: A Passion for Theatre Rasha Abd Elmonem — a playwright, independent theatre activist, and head of the training program at the Supreme Council of...
10th May 2022, May Selim Egypt, Interview, Playwriting, Theatre and Politics
In Tonderai Munyevu’s "Mugabe, My Dad & Me," The Personal Becomes the Political There are two in one Tonderai Munyevus. I meet both of them on a snowy February evening at Brixton House,...
29th April 2022, Ian Kiyingi Muddu Playwriting, Review, Theatre and Politics, Zimbabwe
A vigorous cultural dance performance by Ododa Ensemble. Performing Arts Conference Sets the Pace for Future Theatrical Discourse ‘Whatever you teach action, it out. If you teach music, sing. If you teach language, write a novel. If you teach...
21st March 2022, Alexander Nderitu Education, Kenya, News, Theatre and Decolonization, Transcultural Collaborations

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