The fifth international festival of street theater in Kirkuk


2/12/2019 21:54:00
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The closing ceremony of the fifth international festival of street theater of (session of artist Hussein Misri) was attended by theatrical groups that represented the south and east of Kurdistan, including groups representing Baghdad, Jordan, Tunisia and Syria, which lasted for three days.

 

The play "Hiwa" (hope) for the Koya theater troupe won the first best idea, and the play (Farshshy Sur) (red carpet) for the theater of Derbandikhan won the second best idea, and actress, Zeno Sartep for the theater group of Sulaimaniya for the play of (Ke Baukme), ( who is my father) won the Best Actress Award,  ( The actor Hussein Mantos won the Babil Theater Award for the first best actor. Bawelka won the Halabja Theater Award for the first best play, while "Matbara" won the Diyala Theater Award for the first best director.

 

The guests praised the role played by the organizers of the festival, expressing their happiness for the success of this artistic event, which was hosted by the city of Kirkuk, this ancient city, which was and is still proactive in the revival of theater art.

 

It is noteworthy that (25) theater group participated in the festival of the Fifth Street International Theater of (session Hussein Misri).

 

 

PUKmedia 


 

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