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Save the date! Celebration of cultural resistance at The Freedom Theatre

CELEBRATION OF CULTURAL RESISTANCE – IN MEMORY OF JULIANO MER KHAMIS April 4-6, The Freedom Theatre welcomes you to three days of performances, including Return to Palestine and a young artists showcase, film screenings, exhibitions, launch of two new books by The Freedom Theatre and the graduation ceremony of our Theatre School students. The event will start in the afternoon of April 4 ... Read More »

Sign up to International Theatre Workshop and get early bird discount!

Are you considering joining our International Theatre Workshop in April? Sign up now and get an early bird discount! Sign up before February 16 and enjoy a reduced workshop fee: $480 with accommodation ($600) and $380 without accommodation ($500). April 2-8, The Freedom Theatre invites international theatre activists: professional artists, theatre students and teachers, to an intensive workshop that will offer training of ... Read More »

Trash: kids for kids play at The Freedom Theatre

Every day we live in two different worlds. There is a world of beauty and a world of ugliness, of love and hate, bullying and acceptance. The Freedom Theatre’s young theatre workshop participants present these two contrasting worlds in the kids-for-kids play Trash. We see on one side of the stage a clean street full of plants, flowers and recycle ... Read More »

A martyr in Jenin camp

Jenin refugee camp mourns yet another young man shot dead in the night by occupation forces. His name is Mohammed Mahmoud Abu Khalifeh. He was 19 years old. May he rest in peace. Read More »

April events at The Freedom Theatre

April is a month with profound meaning for The Freedom Theatre and for Jenin refugee camp. In April 2002, during the Battle of Jenin, residents of the camp managed to hold against a large-scale invasion by the Israeli occupation forces, resulting in great losses and large parts of the camp being demolished. On April 4, 2011, The Freedom Theatre’s co-founder Juliano Mer Khamis was brutally assassinated ... Read More »