The NUT Trilogy part II GEB by Hazem Header

Music direction for the dance performance The NUT Trilogy part II GEB at Contemporary Dance Night 2013 Egypt.

The performance is entitled GEB after the Egyptian god of the Earth and a member of the Ennead of Heliopolis. It was believed in ancient Egypt that Geb’s laughter were earthquakes and that he allowed crops to grow. And it is the second part of the NUT Trilogy. The emphasis of the NUT Trilogy is on the feminine side of Egyptian society, which has been oppressed for decades now. Over thousands of years, Egypt has shifted from being a matriarchal society to a patriarchal one. In modern day Egypt, men have usurped this authority and dominate all aspects of social, cultural and religious.

8th October, Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria

26th September, AUC Falaki Center, Cairo

LINK TO VIDEO EXCERPT

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Performers:
– Ezzat Ismail
– Hend El Balouty
– Magy Asad
– Mahmoud El Hadad
– Mahmoud Assad
– Mohamed Anwar – Anno
– Mona Gamil
– Nagham Salah
– Nadine Emile
– Nada Magdy
– Nermen Habib
– Samar Ezzat
– Sherif Gamil
– Sherif El Daly

Vocalist:
– Monia Salah Othman
– Mounir Saied

Music editing and Remix:
– Claudio Curciotti

Light Designer:
– Saber Elsayed

Stage Manger:
– Ahmed Mwafy
– Ali Abdelrahman

PR
– Asmaa Gamal
– Karim Saleh

Choreography by:
– Hazem Header

 

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