Veils

Original Works Publishing
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Synopsis:  Intisar, a veiled, African-American Muslim student, thought she might finally fit in when she enrolled for a year abroad at the American Egyptian University in Cairo. However, the Arab Spring soon explodes across the Middle East, threatening to overwhelm the young American woman and her liberal Egyptian roommate, Samar. In the struggle to find their footing in this political storm, the young women instead find themselves on opposite sides of a bitter and dangerous cultural divide.

Cast Size:  2 Females

WINNER - American Theatre Critics Association’s “M. Elizabeth Osborn Award”, 

WINNER - Clauder Competition Award for New England Playwrights, 

WINNER - Edgerton Foundation New American Play Award, 

WINNER - Middle Eastern Playwriting Competition Award (UAE)

FINALIST - Steinberg/ATCA Award.  

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Original Works Publishing
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Published on
Mar 27, 2018
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Pages
101
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ISBN
9781630921101
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Language
English
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Genres
Drama / American / General
Drama / Religious & Liturgical
History / Middle East / Egypt
Juvenile Fiction / Religious / Muslim
Performing Arts / Theater / Playwriting
Religion / Islam / General
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