Join us for the Lab PerForum: a series of public discussions inspired by the World Stages’ production of The Last Supper by Ahmed el Attar.

Journey behind the scenes of the Arab Spring and Egyptian Revolution guided by the artist/activists who were at its heart.

Art of the Revolution in Egypt 

Friday, March 15
11:00am-12:15pm
Davis Performing Arts Center
Georgetown University
FREE and open to the public.

Featuring: 

Ahmed el Attar, playwright The Last Supper

 

 

Actor/director Khaled Abol Naga

 

Graffiti artist/author Ganzeer

 

Executive Director, Tahrir Institute of Middle Easy Policy, Nancy Okail

 

Ahmed Naje, author

 

With Lab Co-Directors Cynthia Schneider and Derek Goldman


And don’t miss our post-show discussion after a performance of the US premiere of The Last Supper.

Thursday, March 14, 2019:
Post-Show
Kennedy Center

Featuring Last Supper cast and playwright Ahmed el Attar and Lab Co-Director Derek Goldman.
Moderated by Lab Co-Director Cynthia Schneider

About the production:

Making its U.S. premiere, this darkly comedic satire delves into the life of an affluent Egyptian family as they gather around the table for dinner. Although the meal never seems to arrive, the audience feasts on the absurdity and banality of these caricatures thriving in their self-absorbed philosophies. Created by acclaimed Egyptian playwright/director Ahmed El Attar, the play highlights the harsh indifference of the bourgeoisie in Egypt and the hollow exchanges which masquerade as human connection.

 

Lab PerForum: A Series of Public Discussions and Workshops with Artists from the Kennedy Center’s World Stages.

The Lab PerForum series provides intimate access to leading theater artists from around the world through panels, discussions, and interactive workshops. Through our partnership with the Kennedy Center’s World Stages, The Lab’s signature approach offers rare insight into the artistic approaches and social contexts of work from artists around the world who are using theater to engage the most pressing issues of our time.

 

Accessibility notice: The Lab is committed to ensuring that no person is denied access to its programs or event, or otherwise discriminated against, on the basis of a disability.  If you or a member of your party has an accessibility need, question or concern, please email GlobalLab@Georgetown.edu, and we will do our best to make accommodations. 

 

Notes/fine-print: Space is limited. Reservations are strongly encouraged, but do not guarantee admission. Any tickets that have not been claimed by 11am will be released to the standby line.