Playwright(s): Stéphane Brulotte
John Van Burek, Translator
Besbouss, by Montréal writer Stéphane Brulotte, is a one-man play about the origins of the Arab Spring. It explores the intense moral dilemma faced by the central character, Dr. Karim Djebara, the State Coroner, ordered by the very top levels of Government to clear it of any blame for the events that sparked uprisings throughout Tunisia.
No performances scheduled.
Lesson in Forgetting
April 21 - 22, 2018