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Tuesday, May 10, 2011

noTHEREthere: A Festival of One-Act plays

The American University in Cairo Department of Performing and Visual Arts is organizing "noTHEREthere" a Festival of One-Act Plays that will take place from Wednesday May 11 to Wednesday May 18, 2011 (no performances on May 13 and 15) in the Malak Gabr Arts Theatre of AUC New Cairo Campus.

"noTHEREthere" includes "Labyrinth", by Fernando Arrabal, directed by Seif Abdel Salaam; "A Separate Peace", by Tom Stoppard, directed by Nadeen Lotayef; "Tragedy: A Tragedy", by Will Eno, directed by Berfu Turkmenoglu; and "Families", an original piece by AUC student Moustafa Khalil, directed by Nezar Alderazi.
"Labyrinth", "A Separate Peace", and "Tragedy: A Tragedy" will be performed in English while "Families" will be in Arabic.
For the complete schedule of the event, see poster below (click on it to see it bigger)

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