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Nabil al-Akh: Lebanese artist's departure enriched French theater




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We count on a number TheaterHe lived with and worked with the painters of Jen and Lebanon, and he taught him.

Lebanese poet and writer Issa Mahlouf wrote on his Facebook page: "In our last call, he said," I can not go anymore. "

She said, "Several days ago he was involved in the game of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, who planned to release him in February with his students in Beirut, looking for hope in the hospital every day, I'm still trying to believe that it's not over yet. "

Upon graduating from the Sorbonne school, he founded the French "El Baraka" band and presented the stage texts such as Harold Pinter and Thomas Williams for international writers in French.

I believe that in 1978, the Lebanese civil war has left a special theater in the world of theater and literature, and has used the theater and its arts in a remarkable way.

It was early TheaterIn Beirut, in the early 1990's, the Beirut Theater was the scene of the Beirut Theater to protect the city's ancient sites.

In 1999, the poet George Shadah's "The Big Theater" touched upon the tenth anniversary of the death of Cheda, called Love Love, touched public opinion against the policy of irreverent transformation.

He has written several literary texts, including the President of the Honorary Baalbek festivals, who died in May 2018, "May Arida, Babek's Dream".

In 2010, he went to Jerusalem. It has started to use music, singing, live, and circus masterpieces of the masterpiece of "One Thousand and One Nights" at the National Theater of An-Najja with participation of 30 artists and artists from seven countries.

In 2007, he was awarded the French Ministry of Culture and Cultural Forum Prize, and was awarded the Arts and Culture Award.

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We count on a number TheaterHe lived with and worked with the painters of Jen and Lebanon, and he taught him.

"In our last call, he says," I can not stand it anymore ", wrote Lebanese poet and writer Issa Mahlouf on Facebook.

"Several days ago, he told Shakespeare about Julius Caesar and was planning to introduce him to a group of students in Beirut in February," he said, asking him every morning for hope in the hospital. "I tried in different ways to believe that the road was not over yet".

Upon graduating from the Sorbonne school, he founded the French "El Baraka" band and presented the stage texts such as Harold Pinter and Thomas Williams for international writers in French.

I believe that in 1978, the Lebanese civil war has left a special theater in the world of theater and literature, and has used the theater and its arts in a remarkable way.

It was early TheaterIn Beirut, in the early 1990's, the Beirut Theater was the scene of the Beirut Theater to protect the city's ancient sites.

In 1999, the poet George Shadah's "The Big Theater" touched upon the tenth anniversary of the death of Cheda, called Love Love, touched public opinion against the policy of irreverent transformation.

He has written several literary texts, including the President of the Honorary Baalbek festivals, who died in May 2018, "May Arida, Babek's Dream".

In 2010, he went to Jerusalem. It has begun using music, singing, animation, and circus masterpieces of the masterpiece of "One Thousand and One Nights" at the National Theater "An-Najja" with participation of 30 artists and artists from seven countries.

In 2007, he was awarded the French Ministry of Culture and Cultural Forum Prize, and was awarded the Arts and Culture Award.


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