Anas Abdul Samad

Yes Godot

Durée : 45 min.

Mise en scène et scènographie: Anas Abdul Samad
Avec : Anas Abdul Samad, Mohamed Omar Ayoub, Sadiq al-Zaidi 
Lumières et son : Yasser Fadel Al Maamouri

Production : Impossible Theater Group (Irak)
Production déléguée : La Plateforme Siwa
Coproduction : La Filature, scène nationale – Mulhouse
Avec le soutien de : L’Onda – Office national de diffusion artistique
Remerciements : Théâtre national de Bagdad, Ambassade de France
Accueil en résidence : La Filature, Scène nationale – Mulhouse 

Performance théâtrale
There is no date in the future for this show.
29 Jan 2019 — 19H30
Théâtre des Bernardines

In Baghdad, the creations of stage director Anas Abdul Samad – previously unseen in the West – enhance the violence experienced in a city plagued by wars, through aesthetics without words which is inspired by visual arts, mime or puppets.
With Yes Godot, he revisits Beckett’s play turning Baghdad into the meeting point of the characters. Vladimir, Estragon and Lucky rise up against their creator in a choreographed violence which distances us from the brutal reality while underlining human loneliness in the rumbustious world.
His work conveys the fears and emotions of his people through gestures and signs. His creativity makes him one of the major artists in Iraq.

The programming of Yes Godot in Marseille is part of a tour in France initiated by La Filature, Scène nationale (Mulhouse) in partnership with CDN in Besançon Franche-Comté, CDN in Orléans, Théâtre Cinéma Paul Éluard in Choisy-le-Roi, subsidized theatre for linguistic diversity and Parallèle - Platform for young international creation.

 These partners went into partnership to offer the artist Anas Abdulsamad primary visibility in Europe.

En coréalisation avec Le Théâtre Gymnase – Bernardines 
Avec le soutien de l’Onda - Office national de diffusion artistique

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