PART 1: “The Man of the Citadel” Play


This panel discussion promises to be an engaging and thought-provoking event, featuring two main theater pieces – “The Man of the Citadel” and “Prosperous and Secure Relationships.” 

In “The Man of the Citadel,” the audience is taken on a play that was presented celebrating the 200th anniversary of Mohamed Ali Pasha reign in Egypt. Themes like interpersonal relationships, power dynamics, masculinity-femininity, faith healing versus medical approach, Alzheimer’s, and grief will be discussed. The panel will delve into the complexities of these themes and explore how they relate to the characters and the story. Distinguished members of the creative team, the writer and the director, will enrich the discussion with their insights and perspectives.

In “Prosperous and Secure Relationships,” the audience is taken on a journey through the different patterns of disturbed relationships. The play explores the complexities of relationships and the challenges that arIse from this complexity. The story tellers and crew, including the director, will offer their professional perspectives on the impact of their work on the presentation and on themselves, shedding light on the creative process behind the storytelling

The panel will conclude with a general reflection on the conference, bringing together the insights and perspectives shared throughout the event. The audience will leave with a greater appreciation of the power of theater to explore complex themes and spark meaningful conversations about the human experience.