Theatre in Amman

  On 1 December the Jordanian Theatre festival opens in its third cycle at the
Royal Cultural Center in Amman. The festival continues until 15 December and
includes theatre groups from 9 Arab countries: Jordan, Palestine, Syria,
Bahrain, Morocco, Algiers, Tunis, Saudi Arabia, and Oman. In addition to the
performances a number of seminars will be organized. The first seminar is
about feminist theatre with presentations by Naila al Atrash (Syria), Mary
Elias (Syria), Nidal al Ashqar (Lebanon), Firas Raimouny (Jordan), Samar
Dudin (Jordan), Zeid al Qdah (Jordan) and Yehia Bishtawi (Jordan). The jury
consists of: Hana Abdulfattah (Egypt), Ajaj Salim (Syria), Izz ed din
Madany (Tunis), Nader al Qinneh (Kuwait), Ghanem Sleiti (Qatar), Zeid
Gharaibeh (Jordan), Mohammad Kheir Rifai (Jordan). ________________________________________________________________Program:

2-3 December:
• 'Al Zeer Salem and Prince Hamlet (Syria), Royal Cultural Centre
• Time of Innocents (Palestine), Osama Mashini Theatre
• Rituals of War And Peace (Jordan), Citadel.

4 December:
• The Story of the Tiger (Bahrein), Royal Cultural Centre
• A Venue into Inside (Jordan), Osama Mashini Theatre

5 December:
• Jarah Ben Sati (Saudi Arabia), Hussein Cultural Centre
• The Story of the Tiger (Bahrein), Royal Cultural Centre
• A Venue into Inside (Jordan), Osama Mashini Theatre

6 December:
• Four Hours at Sabra and Shatilla (Morocco), Royal Cultural Centre
• Jarah Ben Sati (Saudi Arabia), Hussein Cultural Centre

7 December:
• When Wolves Wake Up (Oman), Royal Cultural Centre
• Four Hours at Sabra and Shatilla (Morocco), Royal Cultural Centre

8 December:
• Al Teeha (Algeria), Royal Cultural Centre
• When Wolves Wake Up (Oman), Royal Cultural Centre

9-10 December:
• The Sun Lovers (Tunisia), Royal Cultural Centre
• Recommendation (Bahrein), Royal Cultural Centre

11 December:
• The Sun Lovers (Tunisia), Royal Cultural Centre

12 December:
• Searching for Hanzallah (Palestine), Royal Cultural Centre

13 December:
• Al Wahrani's Last Dreams (Jordan), Royal Cultural Centre
• Searching for Hanzallah (Palestine), Royal Cultural Centre

14 December:
• The Bloody Necklace (Jordan), Royal Cultural Centre
• Alwahrani Last Dreams (Jordan), Royal Cultural Centre

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