July 2012
Kalimat Magazine;Summer2012, Vol. 2 Issue 6, p66
The article features the Theatre Aquarium of Morocco called the Theatre of the Oppressed which is characterized by its form and content which is mainly political. It states that works in the theatre is determined by the current and political issues as it aims to encourage discussion, and promote gender equality. It mentions "Voices-over" which was a play that focused on the political oppressions under the regime of King Hassan II.


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