Paroles en l’Air

  • August 16, 2022
  • Naqiya Ebrahim

The court is in chaos, the town riddled with corruption. A stranger arrives, accused of a crime committed in the local market. As the villagers head to court to hear the verdict, buried secrets begin to surface…

Nashr Ghasil

  • April 21, 2022
  • Naqiya Ebrahim

Condemned to work in stifling conditions in an underground launderette, a group of women live at the mercy of their elite clientele. They confide in each other their obsessions, their dreams, and all that is left unsaid outside. As the laundry spins, they can escape from their suffocating reality.

As If Nothing Happened

  • January 11, 2022
  • Naqiya Ebrahim

Every era carries with it events that alter the human outlook. These events may have different meanings depending on their historical context, but as actions they remain the same. The show is based on a set of recurring local and global events. The performers play with these events: they reshape them, renegotiate them and they […]

Between Flock and Fantasy

  • Naqiya Ebrahim

An exploration of the intersection between consciousness and unconsciousness, between the real world and a world of dreaming. Within dreams, we are free to rebel against reality, but then what? What does it mean to live within the limitations of the real world and what power do our dreams have over us, once we are […]


  • July 13, 2021
  • Naqiya Ebrahim

Tilka, “Those (f)”, a definite article with no English equivalent, a cypher for all the adjectives associated with the feminine plural. If we were to remove those adjectives, what would remain? Would they (f) be free of those preconceptions, or constrained by the force of grammar even in their absence? 

The Airport of Visastan

  • May 10, 2021
  • Naqiya Ebrahim

What happens when a group of people are forced to get closer than they want to in the departures lounge of an airport? This play examines social dynamics between an unlikely crew, and what technology has been covering up


  • Naqiya Ebrahim

A group of youth celebrate New Year’s Eve during a global pandemic. Can their imaginations free them from their confinement?

House of Hope

  • Naqiya Ebrahim

A story about women, by women, exploring love, loss and hope

In the Middle

  • January 18, 2021
  • Naqiya Ebrahim

When earth is no longer a safe place, a group decides to go to the moon, but their plane crashes on an unknown planet and they get stuck – in the middle – between earth and the moon