THE GAZA MONOLOGUES
Join Us for a Powerful Evening of Solidarity with Gaza.
On November 29th, 2023, Border Crossings will be participating in the Global Reading of The Gaza Monologues, a poignant collection of testimonies written by young Gazans with Ashtar Theatre in 2010, following the first war on the Gaza Strip. Unfortunately, these monologues remain relevant today, providing a voice to the courageous Gazans and shedding light on their experiences of horror, hope, and resilience. Border Crossings is honoured to collaborate once again with ASHTAR Theatre, having previously co-produced impactful works such as THIS FLESH IS MINE in 2014 and WHEN NOBODY RETURNS in 2016.
Thirty-one talented performers, many of whom have previously collaborated with Border Crossings, including on our projects in Palestine, will help bring these words to life once more.
Reading the monologues: Andrew French, Arnie Hewitt, Christine Hope, David Furlong, Ery Nzaramba, Gerrard McArthur, Gordon MacLellan, Ian Reddington, Joshua Welch, Kellie-Gwen Morgan, Kelly Hunter, Laima Vanaga, Lanna Joffrey, Liz White, Lora Krasteva, Lorna Rees, Lucy Dunkerley, Mediah Ahmed, Michael Walling, Natasha Haward, Nick Moss, Ramzi DeHani, Ross Hatt, Sangita Lakhanpal, Sandra O’Malley, Stephanie Street, Tim Hudson, Tobi King Bakare, Tony Guilfoyle, Vivienne Rochester, Vlad Gurdis.
- Date: November 29th, 2023
- Time: 7.30pm (GMT)
- Platform: Zoom
How to watch? To stand in solidarity with the Palestinian people on the International Day of Solidarity, simply click on the Zoom link to watch the live readings by talented actors.
Consider making a donation to Ashtar Theatre's fundraiser to help provide immediate relief to express and mitigate the traumatic impact of the current war on Gaza: https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/traumareleasepalestine/
Spread the Word: Help us reach as many people as possible by sharing this event on social media. Use the hashtag #TheGazaMonologues to contribute to the conversation.
Ashtar Theatre, founded in 1991 in Jerusalem, is a pioneering Palestinian theatre organisation with a global outlook. Committed to fostering creativity and social change, ASHTAR offers unique training programs and professional performances. The organisation prioritises inclusivity by bringing theatre to marginalised areas when audiences cannot come to its main location in Ramallah.