Aktuelles

Freedom Theatre Introducing: New Theatre School class

A group of 18 students have just finished the first of an eight-week integration period of The Freedom Theatre’s three-year educational program in acting. The students have come from all over the West Bank to embark upon a journey that will undoubtedly be both life-changing and challenging, bringing them into the world of theatre and drama.

Weiterlesen: Freedom Theatre Introducing: New Theatre School class

Zakaria Zubeidi freed from all charges

At a court hearing today, March 5th in Ramallah, Zakaria Zubeidi was acquitted of all charges in regards to the shooting at the house of the former Governor of Jenin, Kadura Musa, in May 2012. Zubeidi, who has repeatedly affirmed his innocence in relation to the allegations leveled against him, expressed his relief and gratitude towards the people who have stood by him throughout this ordeal.

Weiterlesen: Zakaria Zubeidi freed from all charges

Power/Poison

Three young brothers are home alone. Their father has left and promised to return but after some time the boys begin to wonder if he is ever coming back. The brothers are faced with a series of problems that they need to solve in order to survive and to bring some stability to their lives. What will they eat? Who will be in charge?

Weiterlesen: Power/Poison

The Siege tours the West Bank: April 4-17

April 2002. Spring in Bethlehem. A group of Palestinian freedom fighters seek sanctuary in the Church of the Nativity, one of the world’s holiest sites, as the Israeli army closes in. Along with the fighters are some 200 priests, nuns and civilians. The siege lasts for 39 days, paralyzing the centre of Bethlehem. While the world is watching, the fighters are faced with the question of whether to struggle to the end or to surrender.

Weiterlesen: The Siege tours the West Bank: April 4-17

The Freedom Jatha – now touring India!

The Freedom Theatre's joint production with Jana Natya Manch, Hamesha Samida (Forever Steadfast) is the highlight of the Freedom Jatha project. The Freedom Jatha team is now in the midst of a tour that will be visiting eleven cities in India, performing over 30 times. The play is the outcome of the first theatrical collaboration between India and Palestine, and has already sparked many conversations about theatre, resistance and freedom.

Weiterlesen: The Freedom Jatha – now touring India!

Theatre Festival & Forum on Cultural Resistance

Jenin Refugee Camp, Occupied Palestine April 4-9, 2016

The Freedom Theatre's unique take on artistic expression as a form of resistance to oppression has gathered interest around the world. The theatre is frequently invited to international workshops and conferences to share its experiences and methods.

During April 4-9, there is an exceptional opportunity to explore the concept of cultural resistance in Palestine, with The Freedom Theatre's team present and with the addition of prominent Palestinian and international scholars, artists and activists.

Weiterlesen: Theatre Festival & Forum on Cultural Resistance

'The Siege' by The Freedom Theatre performed in Jenin - and in New York!

April 2002. Spring in Bethlehem. A group of armed Palestinians seek sanctuary in one of the world’s holiest sites as the Israeli army closes in with helicopters, tanks and snipers. Trapped with the fighters are priests, nuns and civilians. While the world is watching, the fighters are presented with an impossible ultimatum: exile from their homeland, or death.

Weiterlesen: 'The Siege' by The Freedom Theatre performed in Jenin - and in New York!

PPAN First Conference 2017

The Palestinian Performing Arts Network invites to attend its first conference titled:

"The Impact of Arts on Communities/Societies"

which will be held on Wednesday 29th November until Friday 1st December, 2017 from 9.30 am to 5.00 pm at the Palestine Red Crescent Society, Al-Bireh.

The conference will aim to assess the impact of arts as a powerful tool with which to engage communities in various levels of social, political, economic and educational change. The conference will host local, regional and international speakers to share their work and experience in their respective fields.

Please confirm your attendance no later than Monday, 27th of November 2017 by sending confirmation to Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein! or by calling PPAN's office 02-2402289