Sunday, January 13, 2013

“Shouting without a listener”, a play about migrant domestic workers in Lebanon

“Shouting without a listener” is a play written, directed and produced by Rahel Zegeye. It paints the struggles of Lily, a migrant worker, against Lebanese society’s discrimination and the inefficiency of her embassy.

Date and time: 20 January 2013, 4:00 p.m.
Place: At the Near East School of Theology, Hamra, Beirut (on the connection between Jeanne d'Arc street and Souraty).

Tickets sold at the entrance or by contacting
Rahel Zegeye (mobile 70-874920). Tickets price: 10,000 LL

All proceeds will go to improve healthcare for migrant workers in Lebanon via initiatives organized by Rahel Zegeye and the Migrant Workers Task Force.

Written and produced by: Rahel Zegeye
Directed by: Rahel Zegeye and Ibrahim Diab
Rahel Zegeye
Samuel Tesfaye
Nardos Hayelu
Etaferahu Almo
Brihane Sate
Selae Tesfa
Alsabet Gezaue
Hassan Dib
Yanita Gerogieva
Omar Harfouch
Ferdaous Naili

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