The activities of the second session of the Monodrama Theater Festival, in cooperation between the Directorate of Theaters and Music and the Directorate of Culture and the National Theater in Hama, opened this evening at the House of Culture in Hama, through a new show by the artist Zenati Qudsia, titled “Galvary”.
The show written and directed by the artist Qudsiya, whose story revolves around the issue of the Palestinian refugee who does not accept anything other than return to his land and does not accept bargaining over his cause, no matter what offers are presented to him to forget his case, just as “Golgotha” is a projection of the Palestinian cause on the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Qudsiyeh indicated in a statement to SANA reporter that the idea of the show is to belong to the land and the homeland and there is no compromise on that, indicating that its first and last goal is to engage with the audience in a serious dialogue with a kind of irony to achieve a state of fun.
Qudsiya said: He likes to present such performances because they contribute to the national culture project so that we can stand with our creativity alongside our Syrian Arab Army, which with its effort and blood makes us hold these festivals.
The head of the branch of the Syndicate of Artists in Hama, Muammar al-Saadi, pointed out that the art of monodrama is characterized by a single actor and has become an audience, and this is evidence that the theater has wide spaces that accommodate all experiences and expertise, and today's show was patriotic with distinction between steadfastness and the right of return.
For his part, Director of Culture in Hama, Sami Taha, said that the second session of the Monodrama Festival is distinguished this year by attracting performances from Hama and other governorates, indicating that the performances that will be presented during the festival are experiences of major artists in the field of monodrama, and the week-long performances are distributed to cultural centers in different regions. Governorate.
While the artist Camelia Boutros saw that this festival is important as it opens the way for the younger generation and new teams to enter the theater fray, noting that she is optimistic about these young people to be an extension of the theatrical movement.
Tomorrow evening, as part of the activities of the second day of the Monodrama Theater Festival, it will present a show “On the verge of life”, written by Muhammad Anmar Hijazi and directed by Mahmoud Idlebi, at the House of Culture in Hama.
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