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Abdullah Alkafri's new play "The Confession" follows a day in the life of the protagonist, Jalal (Jamal Saloum), an ex-army officer who has been asked to return to the military following a popular uprising."The Confession" was performed at The Palace theater as a part of the Zoukak Sidewalks festival, which aims to spur debate around performance practices and create an opportunity for audiences and artists to get a closer look at the processes of creation and thought of various accomplished companies and artists.Firstly, several philosophical conversations between various characters explore the ethical boundaries around confession.In spite of this, "The Confession" is a thought-provoking, excellently performed and nuanced piece that leaves the audience questioning their own ethical boundaries vis-a-vis truth and lies.
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