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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 »

Grey Rock

Would you like to see a Palestinian on the moon? Graduates of The Freedom Theatre’s acting school, Alaa Shehada and Motaz Malhees are involved in the new play called ‘Grey Rock’, directed by renowned Palestinian director Amir Nizar Zuabi. The play is in English and the rehearsals take place in Ramallah, the West Bank. ‘Grey Rock’, which sums up American ... Read More »

Palestinian Performing Arts Showcase 2018

We are proud to be a part of the Palestinian Performing Arts Showcase 2018! The Palestinian Performing Arts Network (PPAN) cordially invites you to attend the “Palestinian Performing Arts Showcase 2018” from Thursday November 29th – Saturday December 1st, 2018 in Ramallah. The Opening Session will commence at 10:00 AM at the Palestine Red Crescent Society, Al-Bireh. The Showcase represents an ... Read More »

The Hands Up! From Gaza to Jenin

We had a game-changing experience as we hosted brilliant young girls from Gaza in Jenin. A string of short plays in English was performed by the three winning groups of the playwriting competition organised by The Hands Up Project. The groups of children are from UNRWA schools in Gaza and spent a few days in the West Bank. During the day, ... Read More »

2016 at a glance: looking back and leaping forward

As we prepare to say goodbye to 2016, we look proudly upon an exceptional year, our ten-year anniversary, when we reached further than we ever have before. More than 10,000 children, youth and adults in Jenin refugee camp and across the occupied West Bank were involved in our workshops, trainings and performances in theatre, photo, film and creative writing. 5,400 children and youth ... Read More »