November 24, 2017
In this play, the audience immerses itself in a journey undertaken by four characters: a war photographer, a female singer, a female bookshop owner and a university professor who is also a party member. The aim is to try to recover their memories. The Lebanese civil war, naturally or else deliberately forgotten, has today, and more than ever before, assumed a sectarian and majority/minority aspect. Alfred Faraj frames it thus: "Lebanon today is just a small example, a laboratory or a practical experience of what may well happen in the region between the Atlantic Ocean and the Arabian Gulf." A loss of memory is therefore another aspect of the loss of humanity.
Places are limited. It is a site seeing performance where the audience will tour on the floors of the building and watch the scenes in specific locations.
Directed by Aliya Khalidi. Texts by Alfred Faraj, Mira Al-Sidawi, Anas Ghaibeh. Dramaturg: Hiba Sleiman
Friday, November 24, Saturday, November 25 and Sunday, November 26, 2017 and Friday, December 1, Saturday, December 2, and Sunday, December 3, 2017
Performances are at 8:30 pm in Safadi Fine Arts Bldg. - LAU Beirut Campus
An extra performance on Saturday, November 25 and Saturday, December 2 at 4:30 pm.
Tickets at L.L. 15,000 available at the back entrance of Irwin Theater
Tel: 01-78 64 64 / 03-79 13 14 ext.1172
Technical Director: Anas Ghaibeh, Scenographer: Walid Saliba, Costume Designer: Erik Ritter, Props Designer: Ghina Sibaii, Make-up Artist: Lama Saab, Lighting Designer: Line Itani, Sound Designer: Hani Saidi, All prints design: May Ghaibeh