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Festivals & Events Al-Harah Theater
participated in during 2013:
- The Indra congress of 2013 - Ireland
- The Anna Lindh Forum 2013
- The Awareness campaign against drugs
- Voyage de Geste 7 - Lebanon
- "Mahattat Fanniyeh" festival with PAN network
- The Joint Advocacy Initiative
Six actors portray six women with disabilities in
Sweden and Palestine living under drastically
different conditions.
“Making Senses” is a play based on interviews
with women with different disabilities, cultural
backgrounds, ages and identities from Palestine
and Sweden. It addresses issues of gender and
disability in both cultural contexts. A funny, sad
and deviating play presented in four languages,
full of stories with perspectives we usually do
not meet on theater stage.
Al Harah Theater is a Members in different Local, regional and international
International networks
- EUROMEDINCULTURE(s)
- Voyage de Geste
- INDRA
- Anna Lindh
Regional Networks
- Tamasi Network for
performing arts in the Middle
East & North Africa
Local Networks
- National Palestinian Network for
protecting Children
- Days Of Neighborhood Arts (DNA)
- Palestinian Performing Arts Network
Our Projects:
3)
"Making Senses"
Main director: Raeda Ghazaleh / Director: Johanna Salander
Christmas is here, everyone is happy and joy-
ful. All the children are waiting for the old
Santa clause to bring them the season gifts. A
little girl has a strange request for Christmas,
she wishes to change the traditional Christ-
mas song, because she's bored of the old one.
do you think Santa will make her wish come
true?
4) "The Christmas Song" Directed by: Firas Abu Sabbah
- A "play back" theater
workshop for 25 young people
for 4 days.
- A puppets- making workshop
for 10 young people for 20 days.
Workshops
1- Contemporary Arab Dramaturgy Project:
It is a 2 years project, which main goal is the development of the wealth of Mediterranean culture
and promotion of the dialogue between these cultures through the promotion of a durable cultural
collaboration between communities and the promotion of richness of its culture.
It started in 2011 and ended in 2013. Al-Harah Theater produced its play
"Bye Bye Gillo"
as a
part of this project.