Paper: Real and Performed Egyptians in James Sanua’s The Unfaithful Husband

Paper: Real and Performed Egyptians in James Sanua’s The Unfaithful Husband

Yesterday I participated in the working group session “(Re)presenting Muslim Bodies of Performance” during the American Society for Theatre Research Conference “Extra/Ordinary Bodies: Interrogating the Performance and Aesthetics of ‘Difference’” in Atlanta, GA, I talked about a play by James Sanua, seen as the father of modern day Egyptian theatre.

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Stebos is a stage director, producer, dramaturg, and teaching artist based in New York City in the United States.

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