The Tunisian show was awarded the Golden Prize at the Jordan Theater Festival, which closed the 25th session at the Royal Amman Cultural Center Wednesday evening.
The show is composed and directed by Emad Al Mei and starring Walid Bin Abdul Salam, Ali Bin Saeed, Mona Al Taloudi, Abdul Qader Bin Saeed, Ghassan Al Ghadab and Amna Al Koki.
The Silver Prize was won by the Jordanian Who Farees to Live, the vision and direction of Alaa Bamshaf, starring Ahmed Al Amri, Joyce Al Raee, Hamza Mahadin and Nour Kabariti.
The Bronze Prize was presented at Shadra Arfaoui's Freedom House, played by Shakra Al-Ramah, Mohamed Hussein Qurei, Abdul Qader Bin Saeed, Shakib Ramdani and Moncef Ben Masoud.
In a gesture that added fun to the closing ceremony, the Jury said it would issue only one recommendation calling on the festival to "work on research, review and draw conclusions from the last 25 festival recommendations".
The jury was composed by Jordanian actor Khalid Al-Tarifi, Iraqi director Mohammed Saif, Bahrain actor Abdullah Al-Saadawi, Egyptian director Essam Al-Sayed and actor Abdullah Rashed.
Ninth Arab competitions took part in competitive awards from Jordan, Tunisia, Kuwait, Iraq and Oman. Jordanian Minister of Culture and Youth Mohammad Abu Rumman handed a certificate of recognition to all participating exhibitions.
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