Kabul Theatre Summer (16. 06. – 10. 2005) programme

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Kabul Theatre Summer (16.06. – 2.10. 2005) PROGRAMME

2nd Afghan National Theatre Forum (27.08. - 01.09.2005)

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Welcome to the Kabul Theatre Summer 2005 and 2nd Afghan National Theatre Forum! ( U 2)

During Kabul Theatre Summer 2005 several international theatre teams (from France, Germany, UK, USA, Estonia and Tajikistan) will offer workshops and performances in various fields of theatre in order to strengthen intercultural exchange between Afghan and international artists. The 2nd Afghan National Theatre Forum, an extension of last year’s gathering, aims to continue the revival of theatre in Afghanistan.

We would like to extend our sincere thanks to British Council, Centre Culturel Français (French Cultural Centre), Goethe-Institut (German Cultural Centre), Kulturstiftung des Bundes (German Federal Foundation for the Arts), U.S. Embassy in Kabul and all of our many other supporters.

Enjoy the programme!

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Kabul Theatre Summer 2005 and the 2nd Afghan National Theatre Forum are meant to stimulate and support the development of this important art in Afghanistan. Such gatherings will undoubtedly begin to close the gap of recent years, caused by the displacement of so many artists and intellectuals. Afghanistan has a century-long tradition of involvement in the theatre arts that, now, after the recent difficult period, strictly requires a reinvestigation. Workshops and gatherings of this sort will surely pave the road to the restoration of this form in our country. I express my cordial thanks to the organizers and international supporters.

Dr. Sayed Makhdoom Raheen

Minister of Information and Culture (p.1)

Islamic State of Afghanistan

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Kabul Theatre Summer 2005: International Teams & workshops (p.3)

Ariane Mnouchkine /Theatre du Soleil (France)

Lars Jan / Mobile Performance Group (USA)

Corinne Jaber (France)

Joerg Schuett & Karol Cybulla (Germany)

Merle Karusoo & team (Estonia)

Bond Street Theatre (USA)

Dea Loher (Germany)

Hugues Fontaine (France)

Ralf Ralf (UK)

Neusa Thomasi (France)

Ariane Mnouchkine / Theatre du Soleil (France) 16.06. – 06.07.2005 (p.4)

Workshop: comprehensive theatre workshop

Participants: 40 French actors and technicians & 120 Afghan theatre students and professionals

Location: Foundation for Culture and Civil Society, Kabul

Sponsors: Prince Claus Fund, AFAA (France), Theatre du Soleil

Contact : Robert Kluyver, Foundation for Culture and Civil Society (manager@)

This intensive workshop focuses on the use of masks in theatre, on acting and directing techniques developed by Mrs. Mnouchkine and her theatre company (www.theatre-du-soleil.fr), and how to solve efficiently problems of costumes, decors, lighting, sound and stage props.

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Lars Jan / Mobile Performance Group (USA) 13. – 23.07.2005 (p.5)

Workshop: physical character development

Location: Kabul University, Faculty of Fine Arts

Sponsors: Public Affairs Section of U.S. Embassy, Kabul

The workshop will stress physical and vocal training techniques, as well as collaborative playmaking strategies in order to help students create physically dynamic characters and non-text based theatre. Mobile Performance Group () is an ensemble of international artists who craft portable, multi-disciplinary public art projects for non-traditional envirements.

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Corinne Jaber (France) Shakespeare in Kabul 15.07. – 05.09.2005

Location: Foundation for Culture and Civil Society, Kabul (p.6)

Sponsors: British Council, Goethe-Institut, private donors in France and Kabul

Contact: Robert Kluyver, Foundation for Culture and Civil Society

(manager@)

Corinne Jaber, international actress and theatre director, based in France, has already come to Kabul twice to prepare an Afghan production of Shakespeare’s Love’s Labors Lost incl. casting and preparatory workshops. She will direct Afghan actors (incl. 4 women) in a free adaption of the play, using Peter Brooks’s technique of “carpet shows”.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Joerg Schuett & Karol Cybulla (Germany) 18.07. – 31.07.2005 (p.7)

Workshop: technical workshop (light and sound)

Location: Foundation for Culture and Civil Society, Kabul University/Faculty of Fine Art

Sponsors: Goethe-Institut, German Federal Foundation for Culture (Kulturstiftung des Bundes)

Contact:juliaafifi@web.de, theatre projects coordinator, Goethe-Institut Kabul

Joerg Schuett and Karol Cybulla, based in Luebeck and Hamburg, already equipped the Kabul University theatre at the Faculty of Fine Arts in 2004. This year they will equip the auditorium of the Foundation for Culture and Civil Society and train technical staff and theatre makers.

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Merle Karuuso & team (Estonia) 27.07. – 03.08.2005 (p.8)

Workshop: collaborative play development

Location: Kabul University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Kabul theatre

Contact: juliaafifi@web.de, theatre projects coordinator, Goethe-Institut Kabul

Merle Karuuso, Estonian director, is a sociologist, pedagogue, and specialist in documentary projects. Her productions based on different contemporary topics (e.g. youth problems, drugs, exile, prison camps, deportation, Estonian soldiers stationed in Afghanistan during Russian invasion) utilize interviews, life-stories, letters, diaries and sociological studies. She will introduce her project “Who Am I” to theatremakers in Kabul.

Bond Street Theatre (USA) spring 2005, august 2005 (p.9)

Location: Kabul University, Faculty of Fine Arts

Participants: members of Exile Theatre, students of Faculty of Fine Arts

Contact: Joanna Sherman, Artistic Director, info@

Bond Street Theatre has trained extensively in the physical and gestural arts of many traditions to develop an innovative theatrical languange that is understandable across lingual and cultural borders. The company uses performing arts as a tool for education and healing in areas of conflict, such as refugee camps and post-war environments. They have already visited Kabul in 2003 and begun a collaboration with Exile Theatre.

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Dea Loher (Germany) 24.08. – 07.09.2005 (p.10)

Workshop: Playwriting

Participants: Afghan writers (PEN-Club) and theatremakers

Location: Kabul University, Faculty of Fine Arts, PEN-Club

Sponsors: Goethe-Institut, German Federal Foundation for Culture (Kulturstiftung des Bundes)

Contact: juliaafifi@web.de, theatre projects coordinator, Goethe-Institut Kabul

Dea Loher, based in Berlin and Brasil, is a pivotal German dramatic writer, and has been honoured with several prizes and awards. This workshop will offer the oppurtunity to Afghan writers and theatremakers to discuss techniques of dramatization.

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Ralf Ralf (UK) The summit 19.09. – 29.09.2005 (p.11)

Workshop & performances:

Location: Kabul University, Faculty of Fine Arts and other locations

Sponsors: British Council

Contact: Richard Weyers, British Council Afghanistan (Director)

Richard.weyers@fco.gov.uk

The summit, a wordless, but very vocal piece of physical theatre, is based around a summit conference between two politicians, speaking different invented languages. The piece has been performed in over 25 countries, winning numerous awards.The two brothers Jonathan and Barnaby Stone began working together as Ralf Ralf in the mid-80’s and also made forays into making short works on film and video.

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Hugues Fontaine (France) 19.09. – 02.10.2005 (p.12)

Workshop: From oral tradition to dramatization

Location: Kabul National theatre

Sponsors: French Cultural Center, Kabul

Contact: Daniel Massat-Bourrat, director French Cultural Center, Kabul dmassatbourrat@

Hugues Fontaine is based in Bretagne, where he usually invites artists to perform on his river boat, and has been involved in theatre for many years. His workshop will focus on the development of a play based on an adaptation of a traditional story.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Neusa Thomasi (France) 19.09. – 02.10.2005 (p.13)

Workshop: artistic and technical workshop (light and sound)

Location: Lycée Esteqlal, French Cultural Center

Sponsors: French Cultural Center, Kabul

Contact: Daniel Massat-Bourrat, director French Cultural Center, Kabul

dmassatbourrat@

Neusa Thomasi, director and pedagogue, combines theatre, circus, and social mediation with street art. She realized several productions in France, Brasil, South Africa and Argentina. Her workshop will focus on making theatre under the precondition of limited resources.

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2nd Afghan National Theatre Forum (27.08. – 01.09.2005) PROGRAMME

Opening ceremony: Saturday, August 27, 9:00 Kabul University, Faculty of Fine Arts

Closing ceremony: Thursday, September 1, 14:00 Lycee Esteqlal (p.14)

Participating teams: from Kabul, Herat, Jalalabad, Kandahar, Baghlan, Kunduz, Khost, Mazar-e-Sharif

Contact: Mohammad Azim Hussain Zadah, Tel.: 079 – 302212

Timor Shah Hakimyar, Tel.: 070 - 278905

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Selecting team: Prof. Mohammad Azim Hussain Zadah, Timor Shah Hakimyar, Gul Makai Shah Ghiasi

Organizing team: Prof. Mohammad Azim Hussain Zadah, Timor Shah Hakimyar, Julia Afifi, Mahmood Shah Salimi, Gul Makai Shah Ghiasi

Supporting team: Ahmad Farid Haidari, Robert Kluyver, Prof. Sayed Faroogh Faryad, teachers and staff from Kabul University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Daniel Massat-Bourrat, Colin Guest, Dr. Norbert Spitz, Richard Weyers

Jury: Rahnamard Zaryab, Rashid Poya, Humayoon Firez, Roya Sadat, Asad Tajzai, Akbar Salam, Ahad Juand

Editorial staff: Moh. Azim Hussain Zadah, Julia Afifi, Mahmood Shah Salimi, Timor Shah Hakimyar, Kamil Alizad, Abdul Wadud, Ibrahim Hotak

Difficult Path

Theatre/group: Jalalabad (p.16)

Saturday, August 27, 10:00 Kabul University, Faculty of Fine Arts

Author: Fazalrahman Shams

Director: Abdulsaboor Samadi

Actors: Mohammad Shah Majroo, Zabih Qasimi, Abdul Qadir Fawad, Ibrahim Abid, Fazalrahman Shams, Mohammad Abbas Sediqi, Imamjan Majboor, Khalil Khater, Abdul Saboor Samadi, Gulpadshah Haidari

Duration: 45 min.

Topic: roadway banditry

Punishment

Theatre/group: students of Faculty of Fine Arts, Kabul University

Saturday, August 27 11:00 Kabul University, Faculty of Fine Arts (p.17)

Author: Mohammad Hamayoon Beria

Director: Mohammad Hamed Tabesh

Actors: Said Suliman Sanjar, Saidmir Sadat, Fazelahmad Farakhzad, Said Abdul Rauf Sadat, Mohammad Shoaib Stanakzai, Mohammad Karim Rahmani, Abdul Hamid Samat, Said Jawad Khairandish, Hussain Ali Farzam, Mirwais Amini, Mohammad Zubair Hadi, Alburs Arzoo, Mohammad Saleh Sepas

Duration: 20 min.

Topic: bribery in court

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Beyond the Mirror

Theatre/group: Exile Theatre, Kabul (coproduction with Bond Street Theatre, USA)

Saturday, August 27 13:30 Kabul University, Faculty of Fine Arts (p.18)
Author/director: Mahmood Shah Salimi, Joanna Sherman
Actors: Anisa Wahab, Jamil Rawesh, Salim Asir, Zia Murad, Mahmood Shah Salimi, Joanna Sherman, Michael MacGuigan, Christina Gilsan

Duration: 50 min.

Topic: the political situation over the last twenty years

Bitter Play

Theatre/group: Kabul theatre

Saturday, August 27 15:00 Kabul Theatre (p.19)

Author: Mohammad Reza Fahimi

Director: Majid Ghiasi

Actors: Masshoud Nouri, Najibullah Rahimi, Said Samir Iqbal, Sharif, Sarwari Wahid Rashidi, Hasib Sultani

Duration: 45 min.

Topic: social problems of youth

Direction

Theatre/group: Sutudah Tawhid Theatre (Tajikistan)(p.20)

Saturday, August 27, 17:00 Lycee Esteqlal

Author/director: Nurudin Jarani

Actors: 10 members

Duration: 70 min.

Topic: meeting between poet Maulana Rumi and Sufi Shams Tabrez

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Who is guilty?

Theatre/ group: Numai Nau, Kabul

Sunday, August 28 9:00 Kabul University, Faculty of Fine Arts (p.21)

Author/director: Wahid Gulistani, Sadiq Muzafari, Ghulam Reza Rajabi

Actors: Wahid Gulistani, Alijan Mail, Sadiq Muzafari, Ghulam Reza Rajabi, Ahmadshah Rasooli, Baratali, Abdul Hamid

Duration: 30 min.

Topic: A girl is killed due to forced marriage

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Theatre/group: Students of Faculty of Fine Arts, Kabul University

Sunday, August 28 9:30 Kabul University, Faculty of Fine Arts (p.22)

Author: based on a story by Spugmai Rauf

Director: Azim Rubati

Actors: Said Zubair Hashimi, Noor Rahman, Samiullah Nabipur, Mohammad Zarif Bakhtiari, Jawed Rostpur, Shafiq Yaqoobi, Mahmood Zazi, Azizudin Deldar, Ahmad Farid Farahmand, Mohammad Yaseen Rasooli, Mohammad Rezah Zahar

Duration: 40 min.

Topic: youth unemployment

Time is Witness

Theatre/group: Asmayee theatre, Kabul

Sunday, August 28 11:00 Kabul University, Faculty of Fine Arts (p.23)

Author/director: Aziz Elias

Assistant : Seddiq Darai

Actors : Ruhulla Tareb, Seddiq Darai, Mohammad Haroon Amani, Said Ahmad Hashimi, Ustad Abdullah, Painda Joianda, Wais Hakimi, Mohammad Ashraf Akbari, Qurbanali Takar, Mustafajan, Ahmad Shoaib Hashimi Kochak, Hamid Sahafi, Farid Mirzai, Abdul Mohammad, Nadir Afshar, Habib Takanayi and 2 kids

Duration : 40 min.

Topic:

Bloodshed

Theatre/group : Mazar-e-Sharif

Sunday, August 28 13:30 Kabul University, Faculty of Fine Arts (p.24)

Author: Mehdi Duagoi

Director: Abdul Rassul Farahmand

Actors: Mahmood Forgh, Nasima Jelal, Qudoos Farahmand, Jawed Ahmadzada, Anwar Nabil, Mohammad Ali Qurbani, Najiba Qurbani, Abbas Nirumand, Faridun Tanha

Duration: 60 min.

Topic:

Towards Unity

Theatre/group: Kandahar

Sunday, August 28 17:00 Foundation for Culture and Civil Society, Kabul (p.25)

Author/director: Nematullah Nalan

Actors: Zarmina Kochi, Asmatulla Ibrahimi, Abdulahmad Mohammadi, Rahmatullah Rahat, Sardar Mohammad Rafii, Mohammad Ali Rafii

Duration: 45 min.

Topic: an appeal for unification among all Afghans

Sun Rise

Theatre/group: Sun Theatre, Kabul

Sunday, august 28 18:00 Foundation for Culture and Civil Society, Kabul (p.26)

Author: Arif Bahunar

Director: Said Habibullah Sadat

Actors: Abdul Saboor Delawar, Mahmood Sharifi, Wahid Mahboobi, Omid Rawinda, Shafiq Kohi, Parasto Saqib, Mashal Kohi, Haroon Amani, Haroon Noori, Murtaza Ahmadi, Wahid Gulestani, Taher Afghanbik, Said Azif Defa, Farid Hijan

Duration: 30 min.

Topic: equal rights of men and women

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Betrayal

Theatre/group: Girls of Mediothek Kunduz

Monday, August 29 9:00 Kabul University, Faculty of Fine Arts (p.27)

Author/director: Nasiba Holgar

Actors: Bibi Mahjan, Gulnaharjan, Esmailjan, Izatullahjan Yama, Ruqiajan, Afsanajan, Azizajan, Nilufarjan, Malihajan, Ajirajan

Duration: 20 min.

Topic: a palm-reader who betrays the people

Carelessness in Youth

Theatre/group: Girls of Mediothek Kunduz

Monday, August 29 9:30 Kabul University, Faculty of Fine Arts (p.28)

Author/director: Nasiba Holgar

Actors: Bibi Mahjan, Gulnaharjan, Esmailjan, Izatullahjan Yama, Ruqiajan,

Afsanajan, Azizajan, Nilufarjan, Malihajan, Ajirajan

Duration: 25 min.

Topic: the influence of foreign films and culture

Master

Theatre/group: Baghlan/ Pul-e-Khumri

Monday, August 29 10.00 Kabul University, Faculty of Fine Arts (p.29)

Author/Director: Lutfullah Eshas

Actors: 9 members

Duration: 40 min.

Topic:

Devil’s Advice

Theatre/group: theatre of Kandahar

Monday, August 29 13:30 Kabul University, Faculty of Fine Arts (p.30)

Author: Abdulbari Jahani

Director: Fazelahmad Anis

Actors: Walijan Ibrahimi, Regari Afghan, Jawed Ahmad Abed, Ehsanullah Jers, Yarmohammad Yarmal, Shahmohammad Yarmal

Duration: 25 min.

Topic: the devil’s advice to his children

Proposal for Engagement

Theatre/group: Theatre of Herat

Monday, August 29 14:00 Kabul University, Faculty of Fine Arts (p.31)

Author: Sarkhosh Herawi

Director: Ghaus Mohammad Askarzada

Actors: Niamatullah Hussaini, Ghulam Farooq Sarkhosh, Behsad Askarzada, Najubullah Akbari, N.N. (one woman under tschador)

Duration: 45 min.

Topic:

Joy of Life

Theatre/group: theatre of Radio Television Afghanistan (RTA) (p.32)

Monday, August 29 17:00 Auditorium of Radio Television Afghanistan (RTA)

Author: Mohammad Humayoon Feroz

Director: Shah Mohammad Nooran

Assistant: Mohammad Hashim Asifi

Actors: Mir Ahmad Qaderi, Parween Mushtal, Mohammad Adil Rahimi, Tahmina Nauroozi, Hamid Askarzada, Ruhulla Hamid, Daud Ludin

Duration: 45 min.

Topic: the wish for a new wife raises problems in a family

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Mistake (p.33)

Theatre/group: students of Faculty of Fine Arts, Kabul University

Tuesday, August 30 9:00 Faculty of Fine Arts, Kabul University

Author: Fazalahmad Farakhzada

Director: Said Suliman Sanjar

Actors: Said Suliman Sanjar, Fazalahmad Farakhzada, Moh. Shoaib Stanekzai

Duration: 20 min.

Topic :

Warlords Instead of Law

Theatre/group: students of Faculty of Fine Arts, Kabul University (p.34)

Tuesday, August 30 9:30 Faculty of Fine Arts, Kabul University

Author/director: Mohammad Saleh Sepas

Actors: Fazalahmad Farakhzad, Abdul Karim Rahmani, Mirwais, Saidmir, Alburz Arzoo, Said Suliman Sanjar, Said Abdul Rauf, and 3 more actors

Duration: 25 min.

Topic: law cannot properly implemented due to warlords

King

Theatre/group: night class students of Faculty of Fine Arts, Kabul University (p.35)

Tuesday, August 30 10:00 Faculty of Fine Arts, Kabul University

Author/Director: Shapoor Saddaqat

Actors: Shapoor Saddaquat, Said Mansur Rahmani, Zabiullah Raufi, Noorullah Asi, Barialai Khamosh, Safiullah Amiri, Masood Zarifi, Maroof Shookhran, Fazelhaq Fazli, Hedayat Fazli, Jawad Parwani

Duration: 45 min.

Topic:

Why Me?

Theatre/group: students of Faculty of Fine Arts, Kabul University

Tuesday, August 30 11:00 Faculty of Fine Arts, Kabul University (p.36)

Author/director: Abdul Karim Rahmani

Actors: Abdul Rauf Sadat, Masood Zarifi, Shapoor Saqat, Karim Hakimi, Shekiba Rezai, Said Suliman Sanjar, Abdul Karim Rahmani

Duration: 25 min.

Topic:

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Braggart

Theatre/group: Khost (p.37)

Tuesday, August 30 13:30 Faculty of Fine Arts, Kabul University

Author/director: Rahmatullah Khosti

Actors: 10 members

Duration: 45 min.

Topic: comedy about a braggart

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Image

Theatre/group: Herat

Tuesday, August 30 14:30 Faculty of Fine Arts, Kabul University (p.38)

Author/director: Faraidoon Fakoori

Actors: Abdul Rashid Azimi, Ziagul Shahwazi, Ibrahim Mohamadi, Shima Rahmani, Said Jamal Saeed, Kubra Ishaqzai, Ibrahim Nabizada, Mariam Sarwari, Basir Ahmad Amiri (?)

Duration: 55 min.

Topic: depiction of difficulties during the past and nowadays

War and Peace

Theatre/group: Balkh, Mazar-e-Sharif

Tuesday, august 30 17:00 Foundation for Culture and Civil Society, Kabul (p.39)

Author/director: Wakil Nekbeen

Actors: (?)

Duration: 40 min.

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Consequence

Theatre/group: Ashiana children Theatre, Kabul

Wednesday, august 31 9:00 Kabul University, Faculty of Fine Arts (p.40)

Author/director: Mohammad Osman Hairan

Actors: Emal Samir, Zabihullah Farotan, Sakina Farotan, Mujtabi Azami,

Rehana Hazerati

Duration: 20 min.

Topic: the war against drugs

I want to become an actor

Theatre/group: Red Cross Theatre, Kabul

Wednesday, august 31 10:00 Kabul University, Faculty of Fine Arts

Author: Nooragha Wafa Kabuli (p.41)

Directors: Mohammad Baz Wafa, Ziagul Alikozai

Actors: Mohammad Samin Karimi, Mohammad Baz Wafa, Ziagul Alikozai, Madina, Nazifullah Hosawi

Duration: 25 min.

Topic: children’s struggle against their parents for the right of education

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Woman’s Struggle

Theatre/group: Afghanica, Kabul

Wednesday, august 31 11:00 Kabul University, Faculty of Fine Arts (p.42)

Author/director: Mohammad Hasan Nazeri

Actors: Sabrina Saqib, Shamim, Ali Fazili, Haroon Hamdard

Duration: 50 min.

Topic: a young lady’s struggle to choose a new husband

Bad Habits (p.43)

Theatre/group: Herat

Wednesday, August 31 13:30 Kabul University, Faculty of Fine Arts

Author/director: Ghaus Mohammad Askarzada

Actors: Behzad Askarzada, Asmatullah Hussainzadah, Najibullah Akbari, Mohammad Rahim Sarkhosh, Ghulam Sakhi Ghulami, Abdul Karim Mohammad Yar, Faridun Fakoori, Mohammad Yaqoob Amini

Duration: 40 min.

Topic: bad habits inside govermental departments

Moheb and Laila

Theatre/group: Kabul Theatre

Kabul Theatre (p.44)

Author: Zabihullah Tawakali

Director: Gul Makai Shah Ghiasi

Actors: Gul Makai Shah Ghiasi, Ghafar Zalam, Najibullah Rahimi, Samir Iqbal,

Haris Parwana, Rabani, Painda Wais Hashima, Masood Noori, Aziz Elias,

Wahid Rashidi, Hasib Sultani, Arib Karimi, Shafiq, Sharif Sarwali

Duration: 45 min.

Topic: about two lovers and social cruelty

Romeo and Juliet

Theatre/group : Aftab theatre

Wednesday, August 31 19:00 Foundation for Culture and Civil Society

Author: William Shakespeare

Director: Maurice Durozier assisted by Shaghayegh Beheshti

Duration: 60 min.

Theatre/group: Jalalabad (p.45)

Thursday, September 1 10:00 Auditorium of Educational University, Kabul

Author/director: Abdul Saboor Samadi

Actors: Mohammad Shah Majroo, Zabi Qasimi, Abdul Qadir Fawad, Ibrahim Abed, Fazel Rahman Shams, Mohammad Abbas Sediqi, Imamjan Majboor

Duration: 30 min.

Topic: Comedy

Direction

Theatre/group: Sutudah Tawhid Theatre (Tajikistan) (p.46)

Thursday, September 1, 11:00 Auditorium of Educational University, Kabul

Author/director: Nurudin Jarani

Actors: 10 members

Duration: 70 min.

Topic: meeting between poet Maulana Rumi and Sufi Shams Tabrez

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Love’s Labors Lost

Thursday, August 1, 17:00 Foundation for Culture and Civil Society, Kabul (p.47)

Monday, September 5, 17:00 Gala performance at Babur's Gardens, Kabul

Author: William Shakespeare

Director: Corinnne Jaber

Actors: Nabi Tanha, Faizal Azizi, Shah Mohammad, Kabir Rahimi, Marina Gulbahari, Saba Sahar, Parween Mooschtael, Laila

Duration: 60 min.

Topic: In Shakespeare’s Loves’ Labors Lost, one of his funniest comedies, 4 young men agree to subject the affairs of the heart to the dictates of the will, only to have their unyielding principles collide with passionate yearnings when 4 beautiful ladies make an unexpected visit.

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