Tuesday, March 30, 2021


Drama Therapy sessions
with Zoukak Theatre Company

Facilitated by Lamia Abi Azar and Maya Zbib
5 sessions (between 22 April - 20 May 2021)
Every Thursday from 4pm – 7pm.
Free of charge - Places are limited, register by filling out and submitting this form by Sunday 11 April at 9pm.

Comfortable clothes are required.

For any inquiries please contact

About the workshop
“Who am I when no one is watching? What does my unguarded heart yearn for? Who am I when everything is stripped away? How does my body want to move when I’m alone? What would I do if nothing was required of me?” (Michaela Boehm)
Amidst the difficult conditions of life we are experiencing on a daily basis as citizens, due to the pandemic, the complete political failure and corruption of our leaders that led to the huge economic crisis and inflation, and the tragic explosion which caused the massive destruction of a whole part of our city, not to mention losses of lives and serious injuries; we feel the need to create a space of gathering, mutual support, and elaboration of feelings and emotions.
This workshop, spread over five sessions of three hours each, invites participants to an embodied exploration, to re-sensitize themselves and connect with personal thoughts and desires, through organic movement, breathing, relaxation, with the aim of releasing excessive tension and stress.
The workshop posits:

IMAGINATION as the main space of elaboration of affective well-being;

The BODY as the stage of confrontation with and resolution of affects;

DESIRE as the motor drive for any change;

FEAR as a paralyzing camouflage of desires;

The PRESENT as the space-time of confrontation between the ruins of the past and the fears/desires of the future;

IMPROVISATION as a spontaneous action of creating the present;

IMAGINARY ACTION as an act in the present that affects reality.

“The body is not just a vehicle that needs to be maintained or disciplined so that we can function. Rather it is a potent source of power, intuition, feeling and abundant pleasure.” (Michaela Boehm)


Supported by: Fondation de France