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As-Suwayda Theatrical Festival drops its curtains on its sixth session


As-Suwayda, SANA- The activities of the sixth As-Suwayda Theater Festival concluded this evening with a play (Antarah and Abla) by the audience.


This evening, the activities of the Sixth Suwayda Theater Festival concluded with a play (Antara and Abla), written and directed by Hanin Al-Baini, with the announcement of the results of the festival's competition.

The show reflects in a comic artistic framework the problems in social relations in a sarcastic manner, and addresses the family through a social idea that begins with a love relationship between a young man and a girl and how this relationship develops from marriage to the birth of children to the end where the scales are upside down in this relationship.

During a dialogue session after the show, a number of participants pointed out that the show falls within the art of clowning, and presents a refined artistic work at the level of intellectual formulation, addressing issues of youth, women, men, love and family, in a fun comic style, with distinctive acting performance and expressive dance that reflects high artistic energies.

Firas Hatem, Omar Naim, Imran Al-Khatib, Yazan Abu Fakher, Maher Zain, Nawras Abu Fakhr, Haneen Al-Baini, Shurooq Khaddaj, Sham Areej, Samar Al-Aysami, Reham Abu Al-Fadl and Wisal Kiwan participated in the theatrical performance.

At the end of the festival, the jury awarded the award for the best theatrical performance, equally between the plays (Licelot in May) directed by Graz Abu Saad and (Made in Hell No. 2) written and directed by Omar Abu Saad, and the award for the best text and direction by director Firas Hatem for the play (Wasifna).

Hani al-Atrash won the Best Actor Award for his role in the play “The Window” and Samer Azzam for his role in the play “Licelot in May.” The Best Theatrical Technique Award for Artistic Form, Lighting, Sound and Decoration went to the play (The Disgruntled Femininity Taa), directed by Walid Al-Aqel.

The festival, which was organized by the Directorate of Theaters and Music in the Ministry of Culture, the National Theater Department in Suwayda, and the Directorate of Culture in the governorate, was launched last Saturday on the stage of the Culture Palace in the city, and witnessed a distinguished presence from the theater audience, and included seven theatrical performances and two intellectual seminars on the art of writing theatrical text and the manifestations of contemporary Syrian theater. In addition to a workshop on preparing the actor throughout the festival days.

Diyar Nasr

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Source: sena

All news articles on 2022-09-30

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