A scene from the play “Ghost House” - Press photo
CAIRO - 11 August 2019: With more than one new show, the private sector theater is ready for Eid al-Adha, while the state theaters will continue to host its performances, which were launched a few weeks ago or are being re-presented.
Theaters specialized for Eid al-Adha celebrations are ready for hosting numerous shows during the holidays. Among the shows presented is the last season for the play “Masrah Masr” (Egypt’s Theater), which includes 10 shows alternating weekly. The pay is staring Ashraf Abdel Baki, Ali Rabei, Mostafa Khater, Esraa Abdel Fatah, Hamdy el Merghany, Wizo, Mohamed Osama and Mohamed Anwar. The play is written and directed by Nader Salah el-Din. In addition, the show will also be filmed to be screened on television.
Another play entitled “Raya we Sakina Tani” is set to be performed during the Eid al-Adha holidays. The play is starring Intisar, Hamdy al-Wazir, Badreya Tolba and Hamo Beka. It is written by Mostafa Salem and directed by Hossam el Din Salah. “Raya we Sakina Tani” will be staged on Alexandria Theater during the Eid days.
Alexandria Theaters will also host the play “Gawaza Mertaha” (Relaxed Marriage) after completing its performance in Hurghada. The play is staring Reem el Baroudy, Ahmed Safwat, Menna Arafa and Hisham Ismail.
Moreover, prominent actor Yehia el Fakharani resumes staging the play “King Lear” in Cairo Show Theater starting August 12.
In the same context, iconic comedian Mohamed Heneidy resumes performing his play “3 fel sahel” (3 in Sahel) starting August 12 - 16 in Cairo Show Theater in the Media Production City.
Furthermore, the Theater Art House group will resume performing the play “El Motafael” (The optimist) on the National Theater in Attaba. The play is staring Sameh Hussain and Sahar el Sayegh. It is directed by Islam Imam.
On the Youth Theater, the play “Beit el Ashbah” (Ghost House) will be staged on the Floating Theater in Manial daily except Tuesdays, at 7 pm.
The Youth Theater acting group will also stage the play “Metro” at 7 pm at King Opera Theater in Ramses.
Opera Bent Arabi resumes its shows on Al-Salam Theater aiming to encourage the interaction of individuals with special needs.
In Al-Talea Theater, the show “Yom an Qatalo el Ghenaa” (The day they killed singing) will resume in Zaki Tulaimat Hall at 7 pm. The play is being performed for the third consecutive year. It revolves around a conflict between two brothers.
The Popular and Performing Art section will daily resume its comedy show “Maktobi Aghanelak” (I am destined to sing for you) produced by “Under 18” group. The play will be staged on Mohamed Abdel Wahab Theater in Alexandria. The play is written by late prominent writer Hassan Abdel Salam.
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