AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE, the classic play by Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Arthur Miller, will be presented in a professional Arabic-language production on the AUB campus, directed by the acclaimed Lebanese film and theater director Lucien Bourjeily, beginning on Friday, November 10, at 8pm. (English synopsis available).
The play, which is an immersive promenade staging produced by FAS, CASAR, the Theater Initiative and Theater 259 “Theater Production” class, will begin behind the Lee Observatory on the AUB campus. Shows are: Friday, November 10 at 8pm; Saturday, November 11 at 4pm and 8pm; Sunday, November 12 at 4pm and 8pm; Friday, November 17 at 8pm; Saturday, November 18 at 4pm and 8pm.
TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT ALL BRANCHES OF ANTOINE’S BOOKSTORE. A LIMITED NUMBER OF TICKETS ARE FREE FOR AUB STUDENTS WITH ID, BUT YOU MUST PICK THEM UP IN PERSON WHILE THEY LAST. GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS ARE $12.
AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE is a professional production translated to Lebanese Arabic by Nada Saab, with AUB students working side by side with professional actors such as Ziad Najjar, Abelrahim Al-Awji and Farah Shaer to present this work about environmental degradation, science versus business, corruption and the necessity of a free, unbiased press. DON’T MISS THIS LIMITED RUN OF A CLASSIC WORK ABOUT THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD.