‘Let’s Drink Espresso’: The Youth Theater presents an built-in work on stage

KUWAIT: The Youth Theater troupe introduced on Saturday the creative work ‘Let’s Drink Espresso’, migration of minds and the decision to remain within the homeland to contribute to its development. And between his theatrical plot, which was written by writer Faisal Al-Obaid, and the identification between comedy and tragedy, Youth Theater introduced an built-in work on the stage of the Dasma theater that linked the bitterness of the style of espresso and the bitterness of being away from the homeland and distinguished in its entirety with musical melodies and spectacular performances.

Using the espresso component within the work that comes inside the twenty second session of the Kuwait Theater Pageant got here as a projection as a result of it varies; there are American, French, Turkish, Arab and others, which is a sign of the alienation of some and their emigration and lack of belonging to their homelands. On this regard, the director of the work, Muhammad Al-Mazal, informed KUNA that his fundamental concept revolves round belonging to the homeland and rejecting the mind drain, as “we may be in our nations as we would like, and it doesn’t matter what difficulties we face, we should persevere to be able to construct our nations, not depart them and migrate.”

In flip, theatrical critic Habiba Al-Abdullah informed KUNA that the writer of the work “has confirmed his capacity to write down and is a superb scenographer – coordinator of the theater area and controlling its kind – and a winner of a number of awards, and his expertise on this work was very distinguished.”

And “Creativity in Ornament”, indicating that the Kuwait Theater Pageant on this session is “characterised by its group.” Emirati artist Ahmed Al-Jasmi informed KUNA that he hosted him on this pageant, which he’s eager to be current in. “Theatre brings artists collectively within the midst of life’s considerations.” And he added, “They’re thirsty to see distinguished theatrical works, and the Kuwait Theater Pageant proves its existence yr after yr with its improvement and renewal and with the inventive artists taking part in it.”

The professor of theater criticism in Saudi Arabia, Dr Sami Al-Jamaan, informed KUNA that the Kuwait Theater Pageant is without doubt one of the specialised and distinguished festivals on the stage of the Arab world. “It’s held in a rustic with a distinguished theatrical historical past.” Al-Jamaan added that the pageant presents in every session a big group of bold youth, and that by means of its everlasting presence, he seen “the event of the efficiency of younger individuals within the pageant, whether or not on the stage of appearing, directing or writing.” The artists are Samah, Youssef Al-Hashash, Ali Al-Hussaini, Areej Al-Attar, Hussein Al-Haddad, Youssef Bonachi and Ali Mahdali. – KUNA

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