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its Syrian director said.“It would be impossible to perform it in Syria There are red lines and the censorship that was there before 2011 is still there today” said Omar Abu Saada one of the country’s best-known theatre directors The play – called “While I Was Waiting” – is based on the real-life story of a young man found beaten unconscious near a hospital in Damascus in 2013 but the circumstances of his beating and subsequent death remained unclear Abu Saada knew the man and his family “When I thought about working on a new project this was the story that came to my mind It pretty much imposed itself” he said In the play the man oscillates between life and death and the lack of answers unnerves his family His suspended state is a metaphor for the state of waiting that all Syrians share whether inside the country or abroad and regardless of their political views the director said Another thing all Syrians share is loss he added The Syrian conflict which began with a popular uprising against the state has raged on into its seventh year The war has killed hundreds of thousands of people made more than half of Syrians homeless and created the world’s worst refugee crisis “Syrians today are not in a single place they are suspended Waiting is something that we all have in common” Abu Saada 40 said “Most people lost someone close either by death emigration or imprisonment Everyone lost something” This has changed the way Syrians think their social fabric and even they way they make art he said The play charts the disenchantment of young Taym the comatose patient from his hope for change at the start of the 2011 uprising to his despair as it spiralled into a war Syria’s young generation active in organising and documenting the mass protests lost the most in the violent turn of events he said “The state of coma is more of a metaphor for the lack of power to change things” Abu Saada said The play made its debut in Brussels in 2016 and has since been staged in France the United States and Japan among other places The six cast members said they could not meet anywhere in the Arab world for rehearsals because of visa restrictions “So in the end we rehearsed in France which under normal circumstances would have been the harder place to go to” said Nanda Mohamed a Syrian actress The writer who has previously lived in Lebanon had to leave Beirut in 2015 when the Lebanese government imposed stricter conditions on Syrians in the country But he said being forced to leave Lebanon helped him view the war differently “Sometimes the geographical distance helps create the gap for critical thinking and I tried to take advantage of that” said Mohamed al-Attar 37 “What happened to us was tragic but what would be more tragic is if we couldn’t review things It would be disastrous if after the heavy price we paid and we continue to pay that we also do not have the courage to think about what we lost and boldly criticize it” Attar said Attar previously worked in Beirut with director Abu Saada on an adaptation of the Greek myth Antigone performed by an all-female cast of Syrian refugees Both agree the play is about fuelling debate about a war that is not yet over “The idea of creating a play about something that you are living in the middle of and still being affected by and probably have not yet processed is difficult” Abu Saada said “But I know that there is no running away from it” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related Newsin a rather abrupt manner.The school board supervisor called up yesterday morning to tell us to close the school and send the children home, said a teacher At the receiving end are the 800 students and their parentsmost of whom belong to the labour class They are furious at this sudden action and wondering where to send their children now The motivating factor behind sending their wards to school was the mid-day meal With that factor being no longer therethe parents are now a worried lot School board chairman Manubhai Raval justified the action saying the building was dilapidated and could collapse any dayso it was evacuated. the BBC reported. (Source: Reuters) Related News Tony Blair and John Major will say on Thursday that a vote to leave the European Union on June 23 would jeopardise the unity of the United Kingdom by undermining the peace in Northern Ireland and stoking calls for Scottish independence. The Djibouti base construction is near Camp Lemonnier, The annual assessment of China’s military might also note?who was the only policeman there, said Chakrabarti. (Source: Reuters) Top News A freight train slammed into a charter bus at a railroad crossing in Biloxi.

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