Beirut, Lebanon, July 2021
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?
Beirut, Lebanon, April 2021
A group of youth celebrate New Year’s Eve during a global pandemic. Can their imaginations free them from their confinement?
Amman, Jordan, March 2021
A story about women, by women, exploring love, loss and hope
Chtaura, Lebanon, October 2020
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
Hammana, Lebanon, July 2020
Taking its name from the poem by Palestinian writer Mahmoud Darwish, I see my ghost coming from afar is a journey into a parallel world. A world populated by a group of ghosts, invisible to the human eye.
Chtaura, Lebanon, January 2020
A loveless marriage, an exploitative boss – three women from different families hold a wish to get rid of their troubles
Amman, Jordan, December 2019
Inspired by French novelist, playwright, poet, and political activist: Jean Genet
BEIRUT, LEBANON & LONDON, UK, JUNE 2019
When Marsel goes into labour, she wants to talk to her best friend abroad – but what happens when the internet stops working around the world?
Across Lebanon, Spring & Summer 2019
What happens when the figures from our childhood come back to live with us today?
Across Jordan, Spring 2019
Inspired by regional fairytales and 1001 Nights, this performance explores the depths of imagination and childhood fears
Across Lebanon, Autumn 2018 & Spring 2019
A group of Lebanese, Palestinian and Syrian young people interprets Kafka’s novella for their time, in their place, in their words
Across Lebanon, Spring 2018
A comedic drama for children, outlining the life of Shajarat al Durr: the first female leader of the Islamic world