Tahrir monologues at Darb 1718
CAIRO A performance of Tahrir Monologues will once again be showcased at the Darb 1718 Cultural Center on Sunday, October 23 at the October House.
Tahrir Monologues is produced by amateur writers and consists of performances of true stories based on the events in Tahrir Square during the January 25 Revolution. The performances are in the monologue format and acted out on a simple stage setting.
The performance is designed to maintain the spirit of the revolution, both the highs and the lows, the front-line memories of being shot at with rubber bullets and tear gas, the night shifts to protect neighborhoods, fighting with police, the long nights in Tahrir Square waiting for now-ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to step down.
It aims at presenting and maintaining the spirit of the revolution with its highs and lows from, front line memories of being shot at with rubber bullets and tear gas , chanting night shifts for neighborhood protection, fighting with police , long nights in Tahrir square until the stepping down of former president Mubarak .
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