The free and open access Arab Stages is devoted to broadening international awareness and understanding of the theatre and performance cultures of the Arab-Islamic world and of its diaspora. 14 contributions including essays, short plays and reviews.
Articles include
Science Fiction in the Arab World: Tawfiq al-Hakim’s Voyage to Tomorrow (Rihlatun ilal-ghad) by Rani Bhargav
Tawfiq al-Hakim and the Social Responsibility of the Artist by Majeed Mohammed Midhin
Junūn: Poetics in the Discourse of Protest and Love by Rafika Zahrouni
Ritual and Myth in Dalia Basiouny’s Magic of Borolos by Amal Aly Mazhar
Staging the Self: Autobiography in the Theatre of Sa’dallah Wannous by Ali Souleman
The Arab Theatre Festival by Jaouad Radouan
France’s Théâtre d’al-Assifa: An Arab-based Alternative Theatre Model by Magdi Youssef
A Dramatic Anticipation of the Arab Spring and a Dramatic Reflection Upon It by Eiman Tunsi
Rania Khalil’s Flag Piece by Dalia Basiouny and Marvin Carlson
Excerpts from Jihad Against Violence: Oh ISIS Up Yours! by Fawzia Afzal-Khan
Alternative Dramaturgy for Jihad Against Violence: Oh ISIS Up Yours! by Fawzia Afzal-Khan, Nesrin Alrefaai, Katherine Mezur
ReOrient Theatre Festival 2015:
Bitterenders by Hannah Khalil
Lost Kingdom by Hassan Abdulrazzak
Picking Up The Scent by Yussef El Guindi
The House by Tala Manassah and Mona Mansour
And more