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The Freedom Theatre presents ‘The Little Lantern’

The Little Lantern was the first ever production created by, what was then called, the ‘Stone Theatre’ and the first every play produced by Juliano Mer Khamis! ​The Little Lantern ​is a story about following your dreams, having courage and breaking down barriers between the rich and poor. The show opened at The Freedom Theatre in February with a week of ... Read More »

Celebration of Cultural Resistance at The Freedom Theatre

Cultural Resistance Festival of Palestinian Theatre April 4-11, 2018 – The Freedom Theatre, Jenin refugee camp “My dream is that The Freedom Theatre will be the major force, cooperating with others in generating cultural resistance, carrying on it’s shoulders universal values of freedom and justice.” Juliano Mer Khamis April is a month with profound meaning for The Freedom Theatre and for Jenin refugee ... Read More »

Artistic volunteers wanted in Jenin!

Artistic volunteers wanted in Jenin! Looking for volunteer opportunities over the next few months? Look no further! We are looking for voice trainers, costume and product designers, and scenographers to support our activities in the theatre school, training and workshops and upcoming productions! If you are interested and would like to apply, please send us your CV and brief cover ... Read More »

PRESS RELEASE – ARREST OF ZAKARIA ZUBEIDI

In the early morning of Wednesday 27th of February, the Israeli Occupation Forces arrested Zakaria Zubeidi one of the founders of The Freedom Theatre and one of the students of the Stone Theatre, that was destroyed during the second Intifada. Zakaria co-founded The Freedom Theatre with Juliano Mer-Khamis who was murdered outside the theatre on 4th April 2011. Zakaria continued ... Read More »

Us Too – Women of Palestine

We are proudly presenting: ‘Us Too – Women of Palestine’ Women from across Palestine take refuge in a holy place asking God and the citizens of the city to grant them asylum. They are running not from war, or famine or occupation but from men. Inspired by Aeschylus play The Suppliant Women, the production is a juxtaposition of the original ... Read More »