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A play about Syria's war, told through one family's tragedy, made its Lebanon debut Friday – the closest it will ever get to being staged on home soil, its Syrian director said.Abu Saada knew the man and his family.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.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 fueling debate about a war that is not yet over.
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