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I Want to Tell You About Beirut
Video
I Want to Tell You About Beirut
A Reading of Testimonies and Roundtable Discussion Commemorating the One-Year Mark of the Beirut Port Explosion
Tuesday 3 August 2021
Beirut
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Essay
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Queer Theatre in Beirut / الرجاء النزول لقراءة المقال باللغة العربية
by Raphael Khouri
9 October 2016
Is Art the Best Way to Tell the Truth? / الرجاء النزول لقراءة المقال باللغة العربية
Essay
Is Art the Best Way to Tell the Truth? / الرجاء النزول لقراءة المقال باللغة العربية
by Wael Qadour
28 September 2016
I Want to Tell You About Beirut
Video

I Want to Tell You About Beirut

A Reading of Testimonies and Roundtable Discussion Commemorating the One-Year Mark of the Beirut Port Explosion

Tuesday 3 August 2021
Beirut

Golden Thread Productions, Al Madina Theatre, and the Legal Agenda present I Want to Tell You About Beirut livestreamed on the global, commons-based, peer produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv on Tuesday 3 August at 11 a.m. PDT (San Francisco, UTC -5) / 1 p.m. CDT (Chicago, UTC -5) / 2 p.m. EDT (New York, UTC -4) / 18:00 UTC / 9 p.m. EEST (UTC +3).

No Pictures, Please
Essay

No Pictures, Please

Queer Theatre in Beirut / الرجاء النزول لقراءة المقال باللغة العربية

9 October 2016

Raphael Khouri writes about creating a work of queer Arab theatre in secret.

Is Art the Best Way to Tell the Truth? / الرجاء النزول لقراءة المقال باللغة العربية
Essay

Is Art the Best Way to Tell the Truth? / الرجاء النزول لقراءة المقال باللغة العربية

28 September 2016

Wael Qadour describes creating a piece of theatre with young people living in northern Jordan.

An Opposite is Made Visible by Another /الرجاء النزول لقراءة المقال باللغة العربية
Essay

An Opposite is Made Visible by Another / الرجاء النزول لقراءة المقال باللغة العربية

20 September 2016

A prominent theatre figure in Lebanon and the Arab region, Hanane Hajj Ali reflects in this piece on the personal and professional encounters that have made her the free woman she is today.

History of Censorship in Lebanon /الرجاء النزول لقراءة المقال باللغة العربية
Essay

History of Censorship in Lebanon / الرجاء النزول لقراءة المقال باللغة العربية

20 August 2016

Lebanese writer and advocate Mona Merhi writes about the history of censorship in Lebanon and its current state of play.

two people kneel in front of ornate architecture, petting a black and white cat
Kunafa and Shay
Series

Kunafa and Shay

Kunafa and Shay focuses on Middle Eastern and North African (MENA)/Southwest Asian and North African (SWANA) theatre—highlighting classic and contemporary plays and playwrights, spotlighting international community-engaged work in the region, and pondering the past, present, and future of MENA/SWANA theatre in the United States.