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Friday, November 7, 2014

Scenes from the Status Quo Ante: Performing the Egypt that Was, and Is, and Might Have Been by Hani Omar Khalil

If the reader will permit me to pierce the critical veil, for one brief instance, I’d like to relate a conversation that took place between myself and a friend at a bar in Chelsea, while w…

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Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Thursday, August 22, 2013

Egypt’s Revolution, Re-Staged & Reconsidered by Hani Omar Khalil

Hani Omar Khalil discusses Ibrahim El- Husseiny's "Comedy of Sorrows" playing this weekend @HERE Arts Center

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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

The Disjunct Melodies of Memory and War by Hani Omar Khalil

Culturebot contributor Hani Omar Khalil responds to Mohammed Fairouz’s Symphony No. 4, "In The Shadow of No Towers" which premiered on March 26, 2013 at Carnegie Hall.

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Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Theatrical Modeling and the Collective Hero: An Interview with Ibrahim El-Husseiny by Hani Omar Khalil

Monday was the second anniversary of the revolution in Egypt. Culturebot Contributor Hani Omar Khalil sat down with Egyptian Playwright Ibrahim El-Husseiny in Cairo to discuss his evoluti…

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Theatrical Modeling and the Collective Hero: An Interview with Ibrahim El-Husseiny by Hani Omar Khalil

On the second anniversary of the Egyptian revolution, Hani Omar Khalil talks with playwright Ibrahim El-Husseiny about his evolution as a political artist and the role of theater in the shap…

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Tuesday, January 22, 2013

“Sumeida’s Song”: New Egyptian Opera After The Revolution by Hani Omar Khalil

Hani Omar Khalil writes about Mohamed Fairouz's chamber opera "Sumeida's Song", that premiered last week at HERE Arts Center, in the context of post-revolution Egypt.

SOURCE: Culturebot at 05:54AM
Monday, May 7, 2012

An Essay on Ibrahim El-Husseini’s “Comedy of Sorrows” by Hani Omar Khalil

Guest contributor Hani Omar Khalil sent us this essay on Ibrahim El-Husseini's "Comedy of Sorrows" ("Commedia Al-Ahzaan") which is one of the first theatrical responses to Egypt's 2011 revol…

SOURCE: Culturebot at 08:14PM

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