Tripoli, 1 July 2013:
A Festival of Arab Theatre kicked off at Tripoli’s Mahari Radisson Blu hotel this evening with a play . . .[restrict]called The Living Dead.
The six-day festival, entitled ‘I am the Teacher, I am the Theatre,’ has been organised by the Ministry of Culture. It will include performances, workshops and conferences about Libyan theatre.
The festival programme is as follows:
Tuesday, 2 July:
11 am: Workshop.
5:30 pm: Arab Authority Conference: Opening the book of the festival of drama.
8:30 pm: Play: Tears in Kohl.
Wednesday, 3 July 2013:
11 am: Lecture on Libyan theatre by Professor Milood Amrouni, followed by another on the Libyan theatre experience by Daoud Al Houti.
8:30 pm: Play: The Oak.
Thursday, 4 July 2013:
11 am: Workshops, followed by a conference on Theatre and the Arab Spring.
5:30 pm: Play: The Chairs.
Friday, 5 July 2013:
5:30 pm: Workshops.
8:30 pm: Play: The House of Light.
Saturday, 6 July 2013:
11 am: Workshops.
7 pm: Closing ceremony.
All events will be held at the Mahari Radisson Blu hotel. [/restrict]