Majareeh (The Wounded)Sharjah National Theatre Company

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Majareeh (The Wounded), performed by the Sharjah National Theatre Company, tackles the theme of slavery; the concept of being a slave to the self or to inherited traditions and customs.

Written by: Ismail Abdullah
Directed by: Mohammed Al Ameri
Cast: Habib Ghuloom, Mousa Al Baqeeshi, Mohammed Ghanem, Budoor Al Saei, Naji Jumaa, Sara and others

Tickets: AED 30

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Minimum Age: 6+ years
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10 December 2019 08:00 PM - 10:00 PM
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Sharjah National Theatre Company

Written by: Ismail Abdullah
Directed by: Mohammed Al Ameri
Cast: Habib Ghuloom, Mousa Al Baqeeshi, Mohammed Ghanem, Budoor Al Saei, Naji Jumaa, Sara and others
The play is in Arabic.

Majareeh (The Wounded), performed by the Sharjah National Theatre Company, tackles the theme of slavery; the concept of being a slave to the self or to inherited traditions and customs. The message is delivered through elements of folk heritage and various symbols and meanings attached to them, via a story of love and marriage. Director Mohammed Al Ameri blends anecdotes from local culture and heritage, and brings modern musical instruments together with classical traditional instruments, such Al Habban, moving swiftly between times and eras.

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