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A Discussion on Peace by Piece by Nabil Sawalha
Part of BÉZNĂ Theatre's GLOD: Political Theatre as a Civil Right series
Glod: Political Theatre as a Civil Right presented Peace by Piece by Nabil Sawalha livestreamed on the global, commons-based, peer produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv on Monday 17 August 2020 at 10 a.m. PDT (San Francisco, UTC -7) / 1 p.m. EDT (New York, UTC -4) / 6 p.m. BST (London, UTC +1) / 8 p.m. EEST (Cluj, UTC +3).
- Wet earth (soaked by rain water or melted snow)
From the Hungarian galád or the Russian глуда (gluda)
Join Jordanian satirist Nabil Sawalha (winner of The Medal of Independence 1st Class from King Hussein for achievements in the arts), Dina Mousawi, British/Iraqi actor, director and theatre producer whose career spans theatre, television and film. She worked at Complicité as the Creative Learning Producer before joining Good Chance in 2018 as Creative Producer, where she now works full time and Lara Sawalha, a Jordanian-British actor based in London whose work includes film, TV and theatre in both the Middle East and the U.K..
During the discussion you will be able to watch clips from Peace Oh Peace, a satirical show from the early 1990s, openly and humourously depicting political leaders in the Middle East and criticising the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process.
All performances and discussions are free, please register your interest for the event here.
Email questions for the panel to [email protected] or post with #GlodSessions on social media.
Hosted by Howlround Theatre Commons
Coordinated by BÉZNĂ Theatre
A British Romanian theatre company making work that investigates societal inequalities & confronts institutional & normalised violences. Pivotal to our work are close collaborations with activists & academics during field research, inclusion of communities in our process & emancipatory actions to enact lasting change.
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