Confessions of an Arab Woman

immersive theatre · nw productions · Ages 17+ · United States of America

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RANDA WAHBE certified reviewer · June 15, 2017
tagged as: inspiring · moving · powerful
The play still resonates with me: the empowerment of Joumana, of Arab women, of ALL women.... full review

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FAY FTOUNI certified reviewer · June 25, 2017
This is my second time watching Confessions of An Arab Woman and I absolutely love it. I feel everyone can relate to this play on so many levels. It's a big eye opener to how women feel in the Middle East especially. I would definitely watch it for the third time. ... full review

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ANONYMOUS · June 18, 2017
tagged as: fresh · inspirational · creative · dynamic · powerful
A creative, avant-garde approach to the issue of female identity and voice in an oppressive, patriarchal world (notice the word world, not culture), Confessions of an Arab Woman delivers a powerful punch that exposes both the personal realities and stereotypes endured by a contemporary Lebonese feminist. This play takes the experience of one woman and universalizes it to all women to emphasize that misogyny and oppression are issues shouldered by women worldwide and are not unique to one particular culture or religion.... full review

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BOB LEGGETT indie voice blog · June 24, 2017
A brilliant and breathtaking story about female empowerment. See our full review at Indie Voice Blog.... full review

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AKIKO TANIKAWA · June 11, 2017
Unexpected (in a good way!) presentation yet directly hit me hard with the reality in the book, I killed Scheherazade by Joumana Haddad. I believe anybody can relate to a few or more scenes/roles of this play, regardless age, nationality & gender. Salute to the director Nagham Wehbe, actors & all crews!... full review

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LENA BEAINI · June 12, 2017
As a Lebanese woman, I was very impressed with the play. It was refreshing and I think about time we challenge traditional views on Arab women.... full review

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MARC EL KHOURY certified reviewer · June 11, 2017
My overall impression , you should watch it to see how women in the middle east can change the world and how much struggle the delt with!... full review

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BIJAN BAHMANI certified reviewer · June 15, 2017
Finally, in a time where white feminism flirts with supporting imperialist women in power, this work highlights the importance of intersectionality and solidarity that listens to the voice of those it claims to support.... full review

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DANNY SHEHAYEB certified reviewer · June 17, 2017
It was a thought-provoking, intense, passionate display of the barriers that needed to be overcome regarding the image of what a traditional Arab woman was supposed to be. I was very impressed by the way the story was told and the performers were engaging and fun to watch. I was definitely amazed by it! ... full review

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STEVE MADAR certified reviewer · June 18, 2017
tagged as: dance · fun
This was a fun show that provided a little seen perspective from women in the Arab world that upends stereotypes and provides great context. ... full review

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