Presented by the American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) at Harvard University, the Ash Center and the Middle East Initiative at Harvard Kennedy School, the We Live in Cairo Act II Series invites audience members to remain at the theater following select performances for a curated discussion. The discussions are free and open to ticket-holders of any performance, subject to availability. Join us May 25th after the 2:00pm performance for a conversation with Ezzedine Fishere, Visiting Professor, Dartmouth College.
Tickets are required. For tickets and more information, please visit the A.R.T. website or contact A.R.T. Ticket Services at 617.547.8300.
About We Live in Cairo
Written by brothers Daniel Lazour and Patrick Lazour, We Live in Cairo is inspired by the young Egyptians who took to the streets in 2011 to overthrow President Hosni Mubarak. It follows six revolutionary students armed with laptops and cameras, guitars, and spray cans from the jubilation of Cairo's Tahrir Square where the Egyptian revolution unfolded through the tumultuous years that followed.
Ezzedine C. Fishere has been a visiting professor at Dartmouth College since September 2016, where he teaches courses on Middle East politics and cultures. Prior, he taught in the Political Science department of the American University in Cairo, worked as a diplomat, wrote novels, and—since the Tahrir Uprising, has been engaged in Egyptian politics by working with political groups militating for democracy, writing extensively for Arabic and international media outlets, and speaking about Middle East political realities to the media and at conferences.