Sabine Choucair,  the Caravan project’s artistic director, invited to participate in The World Economic Forum in Davos
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Sabine Choucair, the Caravan project’s artistic director, invited to participate in The World Economic Forum in Davos

The Drama, Diversity and Development project is pleased to announce that Sabine Choucair,  the Caravan project’s artistic director, was invited to participate in The World Economic Forum along with forty-nine other artists in Davos in January 2017. Choucair will be holding a workshop about clowning and storytelling, as well as giving a session about the Caravan … Continue reading

The Caravan’s Energy Continues with ‘The Caravan Goes to School’ Project!
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The Caravan’s Energy Continues with ‘The Caravan Goes to School’ Project!

  During its ten months span of working with Drama, Diversity and Development project,  ‘The Caravan and the World is Listening’ part of the Caravan project got the opportunity to tour throughout Lebanon and highlight Syrian refugees voices from West Bekaa refugees camp.  While the Caravan’s team work with the Drama, Diversity and Development project … Continue reading

Drama, Diversity and Development Project Challenges Racism Through Street Theater​
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Drama, Diversity and Development Project Challenges Racism Through Street Theater​

Similar to other Drama, Diversity and Development projects, ‘Black is a Value’ will begin performing on the streets of Tunisia to highlight issues of racism faced by black Tunisian community. The preparation process of the project included workshops in dance, music and theater in what was labeled as the ‘Closed week Workshops’, visiting the Southern … Continue reading

Showcase Event in Tunisia.
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Showcase Event in Tunisia.

The Drama, Diversity and Development team organized a three-days showcase event, where all our street theatre projects gathered to share with us and with their peers their work in progress. The event took place in Tunisia from the 3rd to the 5th of June. Each group shared its vision and ambition through different interactive workshops. … Continue reading

‘In the Rectangle of Doubt’ performance tryout:Young Stories of Bedouin Life and Prejudice Project.
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‘In the Rectangle of Doubt’ performance tryout:Young Stories of Bedouin Life and Prejudice Project.

After conducting a community research in Um-Al Nasser village, which provided the actors and artistic team of ‘Young Stories of Bedouin Life and Prejudice’ project  with the required understanding of Um-Al Nasser’s community, the group has begun with great enthusiasm its rehearsal process in preparation for the project’s final performance. The conducted research provided the potential … Continue reading

Unfolding the Historical Trends of Slavery in Tunisia, Tunisia’s Spring Festival 2016 and More: Black is a Value Project.
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Unfolding the Historical Trends of Slavery in Tunisia, Tunisia’s Spring Festival 2016 and More: Black is a Value Project.

For the past two months, Black is a Value project’s process has included conducting some research on the historical trends of slavery in Tunisia, performing in Tunisia’s Spring Festival 2016, and organizing different workshops with the lead of several pioneer artists and art professors. The research phase included visiting the Southern part of Tunisia in … Continue reading

Syrian Refugees Stories from West Bekaa Coming to Life: The Caravan Project
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Syrian Refugees Stories from West Bekaa Coming to Life: The Caravan Project

Four months have passed since the Caravan project began its first phase, which included storytelling workshops allowing Syrian refugees to share the stories they’d like the world to hear. These workshops provided an open space for participants to share their stories and experiences of leaving Syria and integrating into the Lebanese society. Working with women, … Continue reading