TOPIC Falaki Theater
In conversation: On 2B Continued and performing arts in Egypt
Hanaa Safwat and Rowan El Shimi | How long do we coddle for? When do we decide that the audience is ready to see something a little less
Dance like a monkey, a fish and a wet zombie
Amany Ali Shawky | I stand stiffened like the 1980s Barbie, watching others gracefully glide across the glinting black floors
The banalities of The Last Supper
Seif Abdel Salaam | The Last Supper hits home with its shrewd and darkly comedic take on all that is wrong with Egyptian
Right Where the Soul Breaks: The story of unlived dreams
Amany Ali Shawky | When Nehad Selaiha attends a play, it’s quite the event for an entire cast and crew. She arrives on
Without formality: Mawred’s 10th birthday celebrates collaboration
Laura Cugusi | Ten years after its foundation, Al Mawred Al Thaqafy culture resource has been celebrating its anniversary
Band of the week: Telepoetic
Maha ElNabawi | A few days back, on January 25, on the way home from the office I got stuck in what felt like an eternal Sisi Day
2B Continued returns with promising new theater and dance
Maha ElNabawi | The lab almost becomes a theater company in itself, often providing opportunities for various practitioners.
Culture alert: ‘My Nineties’ event to be revived this Monday