Noor Theatre launches in NYC and 6/11 Benefit for Hybrid Theatre Works

Noor Theatre, part of its mission being “dedicated to supporting, developing and presenting the work of theatre artists of Middle Eastern descent,” recently launched in NYC–here’s a link to their Web site to learn more: www.noortheatre.org

And in other “Theatre” news, there will be a benefit dinner for Hybrid Theatre Works on Friday, June 11 at Byblos Restaurant. Click on this link (http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/114632) to buy tickets. According to the organization, “Proceeds will benefit the 2010 Hybrid Theatre Works summer workshops for youth and refugee populations in Amman, Jordan and Cairo, Egypt. Hybrid Theatre Works takes peace and diplomacy beyond recognizing and respecting other cultures to direct engagement with the community to teach, through theatre and cultural diplomacy, important life skills such as confidence, communication, tolerance, proactive thinking, collaboration and team building.”

Given these theatres’ admirable missions, let’s show our support for the arts by checking ‘em out and, if you do, feel free to share your thoughts here!

Tabouli wishes and fattouche dreams,

Joyce

(Noor Theatre logo courtesy of http://www.noortheatre.org/)

(Hybrid Theatre Works logo courtesy of http://www.hybridtheatreworks.org/)

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2 Responses to “Noor Theatre launches in NYC and 6/11 Benefit for Hybrid Theatre Works”

  1. Maha Says:

    Thanks so much for writing about us Joyce. We will be having a launch party on June 21st as you already now and would love to see you and your readers there!

    • joyceartinian Says:

      Hey Maha,

      You’re very welcome and sorry I missed miss it–hope it was a great success!

      Best,

      Joyce

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