Syria underground theatre tells stories of hope

Despite air strikes nearby, Aleppo actors invite people to a secret hiding place to put on their latest work.

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    In the Syrian city of Aleppo, battered by air strikes, actors invite people to a secret underground hiding place to put on their latest work.

    It is a play about the dreams of a nation hoping for a brighter future. But it ends up being a portrayal of helpless Syrians left on their own facing death at home or uncertainty in exile.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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