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Libyan students explore tragedies of war on theatre stage

By Reuters
09 June 2022   |   7:49 am
Wearing military fatigues and makeup to appear paler, a group of Libyan students performed the roles of 'dead soldiers', figures from a play exploring the tragedies and deceptions of war, in Libya's coastal city of Misrata. Published in 2017 by Saudi author Yasser al-Madkhali, the play 'Victory or death or Both' was revisited by Libyan director Rabih al-Ubaidi.

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