Once again, Tangier's International Center for Performance Studies brings off a well-attended conference, replete with book presentations, concerts, debates, and of course, performances.
TALIM was pleased to serve as the venue for the kick-off evening, which included our friend Dr. Carol Malt presenting her latest book, Moroccan Museums as Agents for Women's Empowerment: A Study of Museums in Thirty-Two Cities (2013, Mellen Press).
The evening continued with a concert under the arches off our courtyard, music courtesy Younes Fakhar, oud virtuoso, with his "Moroccan Mozart" repertoire. It was good to have Younes Fakhar back – he performed at our 2011 Ramadan concert. Photo courtesy Abdelaziz Khalili, ICPS member and publicist.
Every year, Dr. Khalid Amine of Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Founder and President of ICPS, pulls together this international gathering of theatre and performance experts – academics, writers, and performers – in a number of venues. We are honored to be partners with ICPS.
Last year's ICPS-TALIM collaboration resulted in a great one-woman show dramatizing true WW II Legation stories, which we are pleased to say has had a US reprise at the University of Alabama.
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Congratulations on Performing Tangier 2013! The University of Alabama audience fell in love with the Legation through the performance I did in April. Everyone should see that beautiful and unique treasure!