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"As you return home, to your home, think of others (do not forget the people of the camps)." - Mahmoud Darwish.
"We sink in our choosing to go along with the herd, wicked and enjoyable in its own right?" - Amira Hass.
What is A Letter To A Friend In Gaza about?
When our current events become history lessons for the children of tomorrow, what will they think about how we handled the world? Filmmaker Amos Gitai has compiled a unique and unforgettable multimedia performance that stars four actors — two Israelian actors and two Palestinian actors — who explore the root causes of the Israel-Gaza border conflicts. Combining music and poetry with film, A Letter to a Friend in Gaza pays tribute to Albert Camus, A French writer behind Letters To A German Friend, which aimed to locate a middle ground amongst warring peoples. In a similar fashion, Gitai aims to create a one-of-a-kind space for listening to those with opposing views and perspectives.
A Letter to a Friend in Gaza cast and creatives at The Coronet
Amos Gitai's A Letter to a Friend in Gaza is getting sent to London's Coronet Theatre this November. Featuring texts by Albert Camus, Amira Hass, Emile Habibi, Mahmoud Darwish, Wislawa Szymborska, and Yizhar Smilansky. The piece is set to feature Alexey Kochetkov, Amos Gitai, Bruno Maurice, Clara Khoury, Kioomars Musayyebi, Makram J. Khoury, and Yael Abecassis.
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Music overwhelmed the readings
Anmar ElZein24th November
Great show, great venue!
Mrs sarah joseph24th November
A very moving production
Zainah Fattah24th November
The message was good
Mehrva Arvin20th November
It should have been marketed as a reading..music was great but the subtitles were not readable at times due to the background...no emotions on the part of the performers on such a strong topic..I wanted to be touched but sadly it did not work..currently there is a performance called History of water in middle east which was much more impressive.