Trespassing: U.S. Premieres of 2 One-Act Plays From Egypt
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Share the fun and laughter of a night of karaoke with a group of friends at this touching and hilarious "tell-it-like-it-is" musical. Five girlfriends go from heartbreak to happiness during a wild night of karaoke as they relive their past, celebrate their present and look forward to their future. Audiences can't help but laugh, cry and even sing and dance in the aisles as the ladies belt out sing-it-yourself classics from the '80s and '90s like "Lady Marmalade," "It's Raining Men," "I Will Survive," "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" and many more. Learn More
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Translated by Dina Amin **__
__**__The Visitor__: Directed by Gail Humphries Mardirosian
__The Peephole: __Directed by Hanna Bondarewska
The Ambassador Theater invites you to trespass into a nighttime world of desperate crime and ruthless criminals. Or are they? Alfred Farag lures actors and spectators into playing the game of a lifetime in the U.S. premieres of two suspenseful Egyptian one-act plays. The Visitor deals with deception (both of others and of ourselves), while The Peephole addresses the soullessness of an unchained capitalist society.
This illustrious playwright brings the audience into the world of illusion and reality, utilizing the device of play within a play. He blurs the line between what is real and what is theatrical while posing questions regarding power and social status. Ultimately, both of his plays address themes that provoke thinking on subjects still relevant to the 21st century.
The audience will find themselves laughing and crying whilst trapped in Farag’s psychological maze of mirrors, a funhouse where we never know what is real. These plays give insight into Egyptian socio-economic culture, which ultimately gave rise to the Arab Spring, challenging traditional views about power.