'Hishik Bishik,' Metro al-Madina's homage to the profane cabaret culture of early 20th-century Egypt.
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Boris Lojkine's award-winning debut feature is a road movie following two characters in their flight from Africa to Europe.David Lynch's 1980 biopic tells the story of John Merrick (John Hurt), an intelligent and friendly man who's loathed because he is severely deformed.Rene Vautier's 1972 feature follows the story of Noel, a Breton pacifist serving in French-occupied Algeria, and his relationship with Lieutenant Perrin, whose job is to form each man into a killing machine.Now in its second year on stage, this immensely popular homage to the profane cabaret culture of early 20th-century Egypt celebrates Arab femininity, and features the dance of Randa Makhoul and the vocal work of Yasmina Fayed and Lina Sahab.This solo show features new stoneware and porcelain works by Simone Fattal.
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