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"Two Heads and a Hand," Zoukak Theater Company's latest offering, aims to give the audience something to chew on before Lebanon's elections begin.Staged at the Zoukak Studio Thursday night, the performance begins with Sarieddine and Abi Azar's characters holding down Zbib's and choking her to death.Covering their eyes as they deliver their lines, the cast resemble the Fates of Greek mythology (or "Macbeth's" Three Witches), who shared an eye between them.Resuming their performance, the trio sits to read the play's synopsis. In one lighter scene, Zbib and Sarieddine become two parts of Richard's mind, jokingly arguing with each other about whether they should care that everyone hates them, if they don't hate themselves."Two Heads and a Hand" can be seen at Zoukak Studios on May 3 at 8:30 p.m.
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