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Amidst feelings of admiration and sadness, star Tonia Smirkanim cried while receiving the respect of her late parents Samir Khanem and Talal Abdel Aziz. , In the Grand Theater of the Egyptian Opera House, and in the midst of the storm of applause, the audience left both. Donia wept as she received the shield of honor from Egyptian Minister of Culture Anas Abdel Tayyim, and thanked the festival management and the audience for their love and support during their test for the management.
Abdul Taeem honored 10 stars from the creators of the Egyptian Theater, starting with Ilham Shaheen, who gave a short speech in which he expressed his connection with the Egyptian Theater Company. Magaveri delivered a short speech in which he thanked director Samir al-Aspori, late star Ahmed Zaki and director Assam El-Sayed for their help in his long artistic career, and was warmly welcomed by audience-turned-artist Farooq Flux. His delight with respect, and he invited to observe a minute of silence for the spirit of the departed playwrights, and thanked all the partners of his artistic journey. Best Critic Amal Bakhir also received the honor of his honor, poet and critic Mohammad Bhagat.
The festival began with a short show entitled “The Egyptian Writer” starring Hamza al-Eli, followed by the opening ceremony by star Zahar al-Sayeq, which saw a large turnout of Egyptian art makers, including the festival’s chairman, artist Yusuf Ismail. Its director Ismail Mukhtar, star Mahmoud Hemida, director Khalid Galal, production director Dr. Ida Allam, and artists Muhammad Abu Dawood, Mufti Ashor, Muhammad Riyadh, Magi Sofi, Abdullah Musharraf, Ihab Fahmi, Ahmed Al-Silqawi and Amr And others.
50 percent increase in prizes
During his speech, the Minister of Culture announced a 50% increase in the financial value of the prizes for the National Festival of the Egyptian Theater, which will double the number of upcoming sessions, praising the creative role of theatrical actors in creating awareness and encouraging them to compete honestly and creatively.
It is worth noting that the festival activities will continue until October 9, and the session will have the slogan “The Egyptian Drama Teacher”, which will feature 33 theatrical performances and discuss issues of theatrical text.
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