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Egypt: Theatre of the revolution

8 November 2013

With most spaces state owned and requiring censor approval for performance, it is difficult for independent theatre to find a place to develop. Despite limitations due to censorship and spaces to perform, the artists push one another to find alternative solutions to their problems.

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By Chalaine Chang And Giulia Bertoluzzi
8 November 2013

See on performing.artshub.com.au



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