My Arab Fall is a multi-media theatrical performance connecting Egypt’s Arab Spring to the plight of San Antonio women in the age of #METOO #YOTAMBIEN or #ANAKAMAN.
My Arab Fall is a multi-media theatrical performance connecting Egypt’s Arab Spring to the plight of San Antonio women in the age of #METOO #YOTAMBIEN or #ANAKAMAN. Seen through the eyes of two women - a naive yet eager Chicana tourist and an Egyptian activist fighting to change the world she lives in - this piece is a sometimes comical, sometimes harrowing exploration of sexual harassment/assault amid the dramatic social changes taking place in our world today.
Anna De Luna writes and performs this dramatically charged performative travelogue with fellow San Antonio actress Kauthar Harrik-Sharif. My Arab Fall is also co-written by Doyle Avant and directed by Mellissa Marlowe. Ms. De Luna was inspired to create the work by her travels in the Middle East: “I want to bring more awareness to the universal problem of sexual assault and harassment of women from different parts of the world. I also want to use theater as a tool to explore why this happens and to share the resilience of its victims and the powerful women and men fighting against this.” For more information call (210) 218-2459.
2019/08/03 - 2019/08/03
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My Arab Fall will be presented Saturday, August 3rd at Northwest Vista College Palmetto Center for the Arts - Black Box Theater, 3535 N. Ellison, San Antonio, TX 78251. Two performances will be offered on the same date at 3pm and 7pm. Both shows are free and open to the public. Reservations are not required. Due to adult subject matter and language, this show is not suitable for children 12 and under.