There is a child. Omnipresently absent.
There is a musician. Pulling the strings.
Shakespeare’s savage political commentaries on the government made of him a major political thinker.
Fictional violence—ubiquitous and mind numbing—can cause society to overlook the very real violence in daily life.
Lebanon has been witnessing continuous acts of migration, repeating patterns of “conquering the west” by sea
While we witness many events being abused politically by manipulative media, diverting the truth, can we as theatre m
“The Last Tablet” stems from our on-going research on the Epic of Gilgamesh, which resulted in "He Who Saw Everything
“It seems to me that all he is asking for is intensity, a more heightened form of feeling and living.
“In Walking Distance” is an attempt to retrace a series of figures of women warriors and women involved in various f
“Fill your eyes with this horror!
“Being a spectator of calamities taking place in another country is a quintessential modern experience (…).
Heavens closes the chapter of historical research we started in 2012 with Perform-Autopsy.
Based on Pillars of the Community and Enemy of the People, by Henrik Ibsen (Work in progress)
Inspired by Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein; or the Modern Prometheus
A theater adaptation of the prose poem by Mahmoud Darwish
This is a theatrical work that questions the authoritarian model that governs religion, society and theater.
"School Acts" is a theater performance that tackles the triangular relationship between students, parents and educati
"Perform-autopsy" is the english title of "Mashrah Watani".
"Silk Thread" is a site-specific performance investigating inherited social structures that define and shape gender s
In this dance solo, it is a question of a figure, a body as a moving mass, taken within dense spaces of folds and cir
"Nes Bsamneh W Nes Bzeit" is a 35-minute street performance with giant puppets, based on Kafa’s documentation of test
If you just utter the name ‘Marechal’ in Abediyeh village, hundreds of stories and memories will emerge from those wh
Emerging from the importance of continuing the research which started in 2008 on the text of Hamletmachine, that expl
Marie-Madeleine d’Artemisia Gentileschi puts her right hand on her heart, extends her left hand and, in a look of rap
The theater performer comes out from the ruins of history to announce that [he] was Hamlet'.
This solo piece is part of a series of performances inspired by L’Amour by Marguerite Duras and other related writing
The Music Box is a solo performance about homes, usually performed in people’s homes.
In an exhibition hall, near a theater stage, seven actors, each stuck in one time zone, are separated from the genera
“Man moves in order to satisfy a need.”
This work is inspired by Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky’s “Mirror”.
On the first days of October 2005, the city woke up to view different verses of poetry spread on banners, hung over t