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Mudar Alhaggi

Mudar Alhaggi (Syria) is a playwright and cultural activist. He received a B.A in Dramatic Studies from The High Institute of Dramatic Arts in 2005 and shortly afterwards co-established the Street Workshop for playwriting. He was a trainer and the deputy manager of the Outreach Program at The Syria Trust for Development from 2005 to 2011. Alhaggi worked as a dramaturge for many performances including An Enemy of the People by Henrik Ibsen and Footfalls by Samuel Beckett. In 2010 he was a guest resident artist in Delfina Foundation for playwrights in London, and he has published two plays; The Don Gwan (Cairo, 2010) and Bronze (Beirut, 2010). Alhaggi is currently the project manager of Ettijahat.Sorry, deze tekst is alleen beschikbaar in het Engels.

Mudar Alhaggi (Syria) is a playwright and cultural activist. He received a B.A in Dramatic Studies from The High Institute of Dramatic Arts in 2005 and shortly afterwards co-established the Street Workshop for playwriting. He was a trainer and the deputy manager of the Outreach Program at The Syria Trust for Development from 2005 to 2011. Alhaggi worked as a dramaturge for many performances including An Enemy of the People by Henrik Ibsen and Footfalls by Samuel Beckett. In 2010 he was a guest resident artist in Delfina Foundation for playwrights in London, and he has published two plays; The Don Gwan (Cairo, 2010) and Bronze (Beirut, 2010). Alhaggi is currently the project manager of Ettijahat (www.ettijahat.org).