D-CAF A (micro) History of World Economics, danced (France/ Egypt)
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Mar 19, 2015 8:00–9:30pm
Mar 20, 2015 8:00–9:15pm
Venue: The GrEEK Campus
Address: 28 Falaki St., Bab El Louk
Admission: 20 EGP
Supported by:
Institut Francais
Event Language: Arabic
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/1384572431860510/

Thursday 19 & 20 March, 8-9:30 pm


– Doors open 1 hour prior to start time, and late admittance is not allowed in any of the performances.
– No children under 7 years of age.
– Photography is not allowed.


Concerned with the world’s economic crisis, ‘A (Micro) History of World Economics, Danced’ collects over 50 random participants from the city to partake in a diverse and raw community of individuals that express themselves through everyday movements that have been honed into dance choreography.

Type: Theatre/ Dance
Duration: 1hr 25 mins
Language: Arabic
Company: Théâtre de Gennevilliers
Choreography/Direction: Pascal Rambert
Assistant Director: Hani Sami
Stage Manager: Nadeen Lotayef
Arabic Translation: Waleed Hamad
Arabic Text Adaptation: Nashwa Mouharam
Vocal Coach: Yohanna Victor Gerges
Assistant Choreographer: Hossam Abd El Hamid “Sonic”
Cast: Tarek Deweiry (Philosopher), Nourhan Khaled, Shaza Aly, Sohaila El Teeby, Asmaa Azouz+ over 50 Cairo participants


Pascal Rambert is an author, artistic director, film director and choreographer. He has been the director of T2G-Théâtre de Gennevilliers since 2007. His latest play, ‘Répétition’ (2014) was created within the scope of Festival d’Automne in Paris and will be shown sixty times in 2015. His award-winning play ‘Clôture de l’amour’ (2011) has been presented over 140 times and adapted to nine different languages. After its creation in 2010 and its tour of France, ‘A (Micro) History of World Economics, Danced’ was then recreated in Japan, Germany, USA, and now Cairo.