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Volume :11 Issue : 42 1993      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

The Egyptian Revolution and its Social Influence (in Arabic)

Auther : Osman Abdul Mo’ty

It goes without saying that every theatrical movement expresses specific political, cultural and social reality. With considerations of the choice of a profession, the theatre cannot develop without the flourishment of a civilized society. At the end of the aspirations of Egyptian society in the period of colonization.

The Egyptian drama, under analysis, indicates its weakness till the early years of the twentieth century, in spite of the good efforts of writers like Ahmad Shawki, Aziz Abaza, Tawfik El-Hakim and Ali Ahmad Bakathir.

It true also that the Egyptian Revolution did not offer enough aids to theatres. This situation encouraged private theatres to grow up: Ismail Yassin’s, Abdul Rhamn El Khamisi’s; besides other old private theatres, as Raihani’s, and Ali El-Kassar Troupe. All these theatres produced varied drama.

Between 1956 and 1959, there appeared the realistic drama by No’man Ashoor, as stage, as “the Critical Moment” by Yousef Idris. Later the psychological and time, we naturally accept the development of society in culture and theatre area generally at the period.

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